All posts filed under “Issue 2.2

Issue 2, Volume 2, Fall 2014

The leaves are changing and the air has turned cooler.  The season of mists and mellow fruitfulness is upon us again.  It’s time to don your favourite chunky sweater, pour a mug of the hot beverage of your choice, and curl up with Circa‘s latest… Read More

Issue 2 Volume 2 Fall 2014

The leaves are changing and the air has turned cooler.  The season of mists and mellow fruitfulness is upon us again.  It’s time to don your favourite chunky sweater, pour a mug of the hot beverage of your choice, and curl up with Circa‘s latest… Read More

Il Vento di Candela

by Elizabeth Copeland Gentle Reader, Our story opens in Venice in 1541 on the steps of the Basilica di San Marco. Paulo, a man once revered as the greatest musician of his day, is raving about the oppression of the people in his beloved republic.… Read More

Every Man His Hour

by Stephen Wechselblatt Rivers, the old auctioneer, sauntered past the slave pens and whipping posts in what whites called Lumpkin’s Alley and blacks called the Devil’s Half-Acre. He entered the auction house, a low, white-washed room with worn, dusty flooring. He walked on past a… Read More

Whisper It To Me

By Leigh Cuen “Tell me the truth,” Esther told me in the minutes between day and darkness. Before Haman and his sons were condemned. Before they dangled from wooden beams, vacant eyes bulging. Back then, Esther was just another daughter harvested for the harem, a… Read More