Welcome, readers, to the latest issue of Atticus Review. This special internet-themed issue explores the omnipresent–and often strange–online world we inhabit. We use internet-enabled digital technologies on a daily basis, often without reflection or pause or understanding how it crafts our identities and online personae. So we challenged the writing public to submit work that examines the ubiquity of the internet. We have two stories, eleven poems, six pieces of creative nonfiction, and four collections of videopoems. Please enjoy this summer issue and share it with your friends.
Christopher Linforth, Editor-in-Chief
PERSEPHONE ON INSTAGRAM
BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE
POEM WITH A LINE FROM JACK GILBERT
THE WORLD IS THE GOAT WHO ATE MY DRESS CLEAR OFF MY BODY
THE CLARKS WERE ALL CLERKS