In this issue, we explore the meaning and experience of beginning anew. In personal essays, poems, and photographs, our sixteen contributors reveal surprising truths about life after losing (or leaving) a loved one, immigrating to a new country, fleeing a religion, or making a discovery that changes everything about the past—and perhaps—the future.
Read Multiplicity Commons, a special collaborative project of Multiplicity Magazine and Blog featuring nonfiction and poetic reflections on the Black Lives Matter Movement.
Quick Work No. 10
Here, in micro-flash nonfiction, writers make quick work of compelling stories.
Quick Work No. 9
Essayist Matthew Berg finds solace in a supermarket parking lot, and poet Linda McCullough Moore traces the geography of time. More bit-sized beauties in the lead up to Multiplicity’s At Any Age issue…
Quick Work No. 8
A youthful lesson in etiquette and an overnight encounter with the past. See what writers Elana Margot Santana and Peter Houle can do with 100 words or fewer.