Cagibi publishes an annual print issue in addition to its quarterly online issues. The print issue is an anthology, called the Omnibus!, of works from the previous year’s online issues. And it includes the Macaron Prize winners, new works of poetry and prose.
The inaugural print issue arrived June 2019 and is available for purchase online and in select bookstores. See below for the Table of Contents. This issue brings you:
- The Omnibus! edited by Jonathan Galassi. A selection of works published in the 2018 online issues, curated by author, poet, and publisher Jonathan Galassi. For this section of the Table of Contents below, each title is linked to the original.
- Macaron Prize 2019 winners and finalists, with introductions from judges Chantel Acevedo, Major Jackson, and Sheila Kohler. Available only in print.
- Featured visual artwork. Available only in print.
Table of Contents
Macaron Prize 2019 winners and finalists:
- Janice Deal, “Muskellunge” (winner)
- Jason Poudrier, “Uyen Pau” (finalist)
- Pia Ghosh-Roy, “Separated by the Wingspan of a Moth” (winner)
- Philip Lawton, “Lost Wax” (finalist)
- Katharine Ogle, “Introduction to Fiction” (winner)
- SM Stubbs, “Viewer’s Guide to Masculinity in Three Films” (finalist)
- Can We Please Talk About Us? - by Dawn Ryan
- Music for the People in the Shadows - by Beatriz L. Seelaender
- Burning Bridges, Breaking Hearts - by Kate McQuestion
- The Witch Takes Her Meds: A Rehab Retrospective - by Kat Black
- On Memory With No Devices - by Mary Margaret Alvarado
- My Life with Fonts - by Klancy de Nevers
- In Translation: Pear flowers illume moon-white // 이화에 월백하고 - by Jo-Nyeon Lee, trans. Jungmin Bae
- Exile - by Lauren McKenzie Reed
- Be Present - by Marty Correia
- Gift - by Sandy Fontana
- In Translation: Of this expired flesh // 이 몸이 주거 가셔 - by Sang Moon Seong, trans. Jungmin Bae
- The Toad and I - by David Magill
- In Translation: You Do Not Want // Tú No Quieres - by Fabio Morábito, trans. Lorea Canales
- What Remains at the End of Winter - by Maggie Berke
- The Bees - by Kenneth J. Pruitt
- But You Knew This - by Elizabeth T. Gray, Jr.
- Poem For All That Is Wrong - by Rob Cook
Online Journal Artwork Contributors
Online Issue Features
Chess Days by Veronica
The Cuboids Cartoons by Dave Brockett