The Fourth River

Viewing: January, 2016

Help for Broken Wings

By on January 29, 2016

  By Ann Marie Falcone, assistant editor   Keeping a lookout for injured birds was never a plan when I was a child, nor is it part of my everyday adult life. Though, I happened upon an injured bird outside

The Surprise of a Mirror Where a Mirror is Least Expected: A Conversation with Tobias Wray

By on January 27, 2016

  Interview by Alyse Richmond, for The Fourth River   Tobias Wray is a poetry editor for the cream city review. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Third Coast, Bellingham Review, North American Review, Blackbird and elsewhere. He’s

Change the Meatball, Save the Planet?

By on January 20, 2016

By Ann Marie Falcone, assistant editor   Meatballs are the way of the Italians. I grew up with an Italian father and grandfather who cooked meals, occasionally, or brought home food from diners for supper. Every dinner included some form

Make the Coral Okay

By on January 6, 2016

  –by Sheila Squillante, Editor-in-Chief   When we decided to dedicate a section of issue 13 to the topic of Climate Change, I knew it would raise a lot of strong emotions in our staff, our contributors and our readers.