“Wine” by Stephen Page

Happy Sunday, everyone!
Issue 3 is ready and available to download at our website: https://www.lastleavesmag.com/last-leaves-issues! (Stephen Page’s poem is on page 50). We can’t begin to express how wonderful this issue was to put together. We had the largest number of submissions yet, and we hope to maintain that trend as we continue towards Issue 4.
To that effect, we wanted to let you all know personally that we’ll be shifting the length of our submission window from three months to two months. It will give us a month extra to read through submissions and devote the care and time to laying out the magazine.
If you’re interested in submitting again, we open for Issue 4 submissions on December 1st. Keep an eye on our website and Instagram (@lastleavesmag) for information on the theme!
Our sincerest thanks for your continued support and patience. It means the world to use every time we receive a submission, and the kindness from every submitter is what truly drives this volunteer project forward.
Thank you again, and we hope you have a safe, happy Halloween if you’re out there celebrating.
Sincerely,

Last Leaves Editors
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The editors are: Cailey Johanna Thiessen, Kiera S. Baron, and Maina Chen.
https://www.lastleavesmag.com/ | Instagram: @lastleavesmag

Stephen Page’s poem is on page 50.

Stephen Page is part Native American. He was born in Detroit. He is the author of A Ranch Bordering the Salty River, The Timbre of Sand, Still Dandelions, and The Salty River Bleeds. He holds degrees from Palomar College, Columbia University, and Bennington College. He likes dog-earing pages in books.

Here are the editors’ blogs:

https://johannacailey.wixsite.com/freelance, https://ksbaron14.wixsite.com/ks-baron, and https://www.mainachen.com/

Stephen Page is part Native American. He was born in Detroit. He is the author of A Ranch Bordering the Salty River, The Timbre of Sand, Still Dandelions, and The Salty River Bleeds. He holds degrees from Palomar College, Columbia University, and Bennington College. He likes dog-earing pages in books.

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