Unlikely is now focused on a tribute issue for our Poetry Editor, Michelle Greenblatt, who passed away on October 19, 2015. Submissions are now open.

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Illuminated Poems by Marthe Reed
Backlit Poems by Kaia Sand
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Three Poems by Dylan Krieger
Three Sonnets by John Lowther
Three Poems by Belinda Subraman
Three Poems by K.R. Copeland
Three Poems by Joe Nicholas
Three Poems by Felino A. Soriano
Three Poems by Lana Bella
Two Poems by Alison Ross
A Poet Bio by Cindy Hochman
Four Poems by Joel Chace
Thirty-Six Visual Poems by Jukka-Pekka Kervinen
Used Goods: Fiction by Mark Polanzak
Endorphins: Fiction by Toni Todd
Favors: Fiction by James Alexander
The Perfect Night for Open Air Travel: Fiction by Pamela Kearney
An Interview with Susan Joyce
An Interview with John Swain
An Interview with Anna Joy Springer
An Interview with Patrick Litchy
Mapache: He Who Watches, and Why the Lone Ranger Stole Tonto's Mask by Cecelia Chapman

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Ethan has nowhere to go
by Aaron Avila

"Ethan Has Nowhere To Go" was a short story written by Jeremy Hight. It was about to be published when he pulled it. It will never be published. These solicited works are Ethan. These works are the story.

The text exists only to be used as a nameless trigger, as a bit of back end, like HTML code.

This is a collaborative piece with all elements created entirely for this work. Lauren Henny created an impressionist song to go along with the piece. She assisted with certain elements of the cinematography. She is also the lady acting in the film. The bulk portion of cinematography and all editing was done by Aaron Avila. He can also be seen acting in the film. He directed the film and dissected both the text and song to create something completely new from both. The song however can be heard in its original form the last couple minutes of the film. The text however can only be found at a gallery soon to be listed. The film is an impressionist take on what the story meant to Aaron and ultimately is the transference of ownership from text to film but meant to inspire future "Ethans" in any form they wish to be born.

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