Dominae and Domains: Cumberland Island’s Strong Women by Andrea Applebee

  I feel as saucy as ever—not only because I am independent but because I have gained complete triumph...ah how sweet is revenge.—Catherine Greene Miller   Twisting oaks, feral horses, spiny saw palms, coasts rich with turtles’ nests and the grand ruins of Carnegies: part national seashore, part private property, […]

Editor’s Foreword

    Dear readers, be welcome to Tupelo Quarterly 3, where you will find art of all kinds speaking to the body and the spirit.     There is a lovely synchronicity that happens in submissions sometimes, and we are always building in response to the work we receive: this […]

Settlers by Brandon Amico

    So you’ve found three knives floating in a barrel next door. Remain calm. Do not get lost in the light flowing from their edges. Prioritize. First thing: you’re manacled by the ankle to a 400- pound black bear, the chain is as long as a full tank goes, […]