Ready for Love Gone Awry? Our latest issue is live!
Although we yearn for the perfect romantic relationships, sometimes we’re left disappointed. Most of us have faced romantic disillusionment at some point in our lives, and in this latest issue of Montana Mouthful, some very talented writers, artists, and poets give us their takes on “Romance Gone Wrong.”
We’d like to thank our contributors for sharing these compelling variations on love gone awry. Some of the included pieces are sad, some are funny, some are downright frightening, but all of them are beautifully executed. We encourage you to check out the Biography pages to learn more about the individuals who contributed to this issue.
We’re also pleased to announce two new items. The first is a new feature called “Editors’ Enclosure,” a space where one of the editors may share a story, poem, or artwork. In this issue, Jasmine Swaney Lamb contributes a nonfiction piece about romance gone wrong with parts of herself.
Secondly, at the end of the issue, you’ll notice a page with some advertising information. If you’d like to include an ad in an upcoming issue, please read that page and get in touch with us.
Without further ado, here is the link to Our Current Issue web page where you’ll find a link to read the issue for free online, and a link where you may purchase digital and print-on-demand copies.
Thanks again to our contributors and thank you to all of our readers. Your continued support means so much to us!
We hope you enjoy this latest issue!