As you may remember from Halloween, the only thing better than one Sweet is a whole mess of 'em. Normally you'd be able to find all our back issues here, but some are temporarily offline as we finish up the new design. If you're interested in seeing all of our previous stuff, just try back in a few weeks.
Sweet's spring may have sprung a little late this year, but we're still squeaking in under the May deadline. Read on for work that explores life--trees, babies, animals--and the obsessions of the living.
Well, since the apocalypse some people thought the Mayans predicted did not, in fact, happen (as far as we know), we at Sweet decided to get off our holiday-laziness-inspired butts and cook up another delectable issue for our readers. Enjoy!
Oh, Sweet readers, you are in for a ton of treats with this issue (ok, maybe a few tricks, too). Get ready to dive heart-first into autumn.
Ah, May. The gateway to summer. Swimming pools, fireflies, no school, and a new Sweet issue better than cotton candy.
Winter doldrums? We don't believe in them. Read this issue and you won't, either...
The buses are on the road, the kids are back in school... And so is Sweet. We have a new section—Fan Mail—a place where readers respond with letters to the work they love. Enjoy!
Winter is here, and along with it a spankin' new Sweet. Tim Elhajj makes his second visit to the pages, along with three other prose writers, poetry from six poets, a graphic treatise on Adam Smith, and a photo essay by Dinty W. Moore. Enjoy!
Sweet's first issue with its new design includes poetry from seven poets, essays from three fantastic nonfiction writers, and, for the first time, graphic nonfiction from three artists and writers.
Our Spring 2010 issue has work from eight different poets and essays from four more writers. It's one of our biggest issues ever!
Sweet starts 2010 off with seven poets and four nonfiction writers. In this issue's work you'll find kindergarten kids, hurricanes, Greek titans, and lots more.
Sweet 2.1 includes tattoos, hotels, earthquakes, and many other things guaranteed to rock your socks off.
A little spring Sweet-ing includes essays on both Valentine's Day and Tyrannosaurs, and the work of six poets.
Sweet's second-ever issue has essays from three writers, and poems from seven more.