From tragic first encounters to family trauma, this celebratory issue has ten poems, ten short stories, and ten nonfiction essays that continues Gold Man’s mission to represent the West Coast literary vibe.
Issue 9 is a decadent concoction that is both playful and serious. Within its pages are adulations of love gained and lost, poignant reminders of how our words affect others and sometimes the future, and examinations of human behavior in all its tragic forms.
Issue 8 is both a beautiful and unusual blend of stories about mushrooms, swordfish, Kodiak brown bears, and estate sale lingerie, amongst others.
Gold Man Review is a West Coast literary journal that publishes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from writers in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington. Issue 7 takes you down a rabbit hole of love, death, acid trips, and arranged marriages.