Apogee Journal is pleased to announce that we are now letting loose some of the content from Issue Two here on our website, and on Facebook and Twitter. Every Friday, and every second Tuesday, in July and August 2013 we’ll post some of the varied, exciting and diverse short stories, poetry, nonfiction and visual artworks that made it into our second, stellar issue.


First up, today! Alberto Gullaba’s startling “That Spring Work,” which begins:

“IT came that time of year again, when the minor plundering of First Year Dorms died down, and everyone was looking to wife something, to find some steady, round the way chick you wouldn’t mind bringing around your boys…”


Stick around for the full text, coming shortly. In the meantime enjoy this ink on paper work by Seun Shogunro, from “The Heart is a Bomb,” published in Issue Two of our journal…

From "The Heart is a Bomb" by Seun Shogunro, Issue Two, Apogee Journal

From “The Heart is a Bomb” by Seun Shogunro, Issue Two, Apogee Journal

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