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Real Issue – Contents

Even Better Than the Real Thing – Reality & Audio Production
Living in the Spin Cycle
An Interview with Wollstonecraft’s Jordan Stratford
You Just Don’t Do That: Sarah Aroeste and Ladino Rock
From Salford Quays to Piccadilly
Belinda Blignaut: On Exploding, Imploding, and Starting Over
The Tree

Fear Issue – Contents

San Bartolo
The Dutiful One
I See Myself Preserved
Spirit Guide Plays Guitar
knives in.
Playlist: Songs to Scare You
Midnight Haiku
How to Keep Moving Through Fear
The Plural For Fear
Review: Sea of Trees By Robert James Russell
Get Out of My Dream
Clipping Strings

Calling all potential contributors!

We are currently accepting submissions for our Real issue. We want to hear from you! Head over to our contact page for more information.

Hey, dig it: We’ve got a new look, a new Editor-in-Chief, new contributors and a new schedule.

Oh, dear, sweet relief.

I was slowly (okay, quickly — just ask my friends and family) going mad. Death by commitment, or something like that. I didn’t have the time I so wanted to devote to Jack Move, but I didn’t want to shut it down, either. So I conducted an internet search for an Editor-in-Chief. The demands were high. The hours would be long; the compensation laughable. But I knew the right person would get it, would be excited by the prospect, would take it and run with it, all the while whispering sweet, delicious nothings into its soft bunny ears.

And she did. Ladies and gentleman, it is my honor to present to you: Katie Mehas.

I’ve come to believe that there is literally nothing Katie cannot do.  We took on this redesign together, and so she’s had a hand in everything you see in this issue: brainstorming, editing, writing, coding, testing — to say nothing of managing writers and schedules and bringing in content. In a few short weeks, she’s become an indispensable partner. I’m thrilled and grateful and I know that she’s going to take Jack Move to the soaring heights I’ve envisioned. She’s saved me loads of sanity and time.

Speaking of which: As you may have noticed, the theme for this  issue is Time.

(That was planned ages ago. Funny how things work out.)

Enjoy the new. All of it!


PS, Special thanks to Jane McLaughlin for her help with the redesign. xo