Welcome back! Things look a little (okay a lot) different. We’ve remodeled the whole place. There’s a fresh coat of paint on the wall and some new furniture. Uptown Mosaic Magazine is all new for the new issue. The simpler, cleaner layout makes finding the stories, poetry, photography and art you love easier.
What hasn’t changed is we’re still bringing the same great fiction, poetry, photography and art from talented authors and artists. This month’s issue features Rion A Scott’s story “Lil’ Red”. Also we feature Thomas Sullivan’s “At Last, A Fun Day At Work” which offers a satiric look at the campaign stops we know and love to hate. Monic Ductan’s “What They Give Our Daughters” is a powerful look at sexism. Finally, “Back to the Old House” by Jon Gale is a story about two sisters adjusting to the death of their father.
A.J. Huffman’s poem “No Melting Here” leads off this month’s poetry sections. We also have a new poem from John Grey “Hailing A Cab” which captures the background behind the simple task of catching a taxi. Chinming Yuan’s “In This Digitalized World” explores life and death. At last, Robert Lietz’s “Broken Distances” completes this issues’ poetry offerings.
We’re excited to be back and hope you enjoy this month’s Uptown Mosaic Magazine.