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Twelve Winters Journal publishes narratives, broadly defined, with no aesthetic biases. All voices are welcome. All styles are welcome. Please see guidelines for more specific information.

Volume III

“Vanishing Island” by Michael Washburn (fiction)
“Auld Lang Syne” by Amanda Doak (fiction)
“Bear Aware” by Rick White (nonfiction)

Volume II

“Oscar and Olivia” by Richard C. McPherson (fiction)
“The White Hills of the Ebro” by Brady Harrison (fiction)
“The Drowning of Maribelle Lane” by Jade Chin (fiction)
“Family History” by Dorothy Wall (poetry)
“A Brief Interruption” by Ryan Pollard (fiction)
“Night Driving” by Peter Herring (fiction)
“Wrestling Weight” by Ranney Campbell (fiction)
“Schrodinger’s Child” by Tom Gartner (fiction)
“In Dreams” by Dorothy Wall (nonfiction)
“The Empire Builder” by Katie Kane (fiction)
“Ripple” by Jeff Rosen (fiction)
“Autumn Leaf” by Don Morgan (fiction)
“An Occurrence in the Striped Patch” by John Cody Bennett (fiction)
“Fitz Hugh Ludlow’s Impressions of the West” by Kenneth Chamlee (poetry)
“Little Woman” by Connie Corzilius (fiction)
“The Final Portrait” by Grant Tracey (fiction)
“Godless Luck” by Zarina Zabrisky (fiction)
“Bellman” by J. D. Schraffenberger (fiction)

Volume I

“Tritogeneia” by D. W. White (fiction)
“A Love Story” by Anita Kestin (fiction)
“The Robert Altman Dialog Instance” by G. W. Clift (fiction)
“Closed Captioning” by Edie Meade (fiction)
“rosalie” by Nicole Amador (fiction)
“Group Dynamics” by Sidney Haren (fiction)
“Mother among Her Things” by Priya Dileep (nonfiction)
“Escape from Paradise” by Sante Matteo (fiction)
“Portrait of a Staircase” by Ryan Jenkins (fiction)
“Merrill Stein: Wallace Stevens Scholar” by Greg Gerke (fiction)
“Creation Stories” by Christie Cochrell (fiction)
“The Bride in the Rowboat” by Dylan Brie Ducey (fiction)
“The Sound of Love” by Jim Fairhall (fiction)
“Vanishing Points” by Marc Dickinson (fiction)
“The Salinger Files” by Grant Tracey (fiction)
“Here’s a Story” by J. D. Schraffenberger (fiction)