Volume 2, Issue 1 (Online Content): 

The Divine Androgyne symbolizes the process of differentiation and reunification of polarities. The symbol is dynamic and alive, never static, and contemplation of the living symbol may elucidate insight into the LGBT+ spirit. The initialism of queer identity is equivalent to taking snapshots of the Divine Androgyne during its unfolding and infolding. The entire process is divine, and as aspects of the divine, so too is the queer spirit.

Smart Solo Sex : Rebecca Barnstien
From She Who Bears the Name of Deliverance : Kristi Carter
Between Oranges : Kristi Carter
The Breaking of Ashes : Gene Case
Venus Androgyne : Tyler Friend
If I Needed Someone : Barton Kunstler
Magick (after Circe) : Raymond Luczak
Adam : Raymond Luczak
How Grief is Inscribed in a Lover's Intestinal Lining : Philip Matthews
What Ran Brightness : Philip Matthews
Reincarnation, Waiting for Someone to Speak : Philip Matthews
My Skeleton Acquires Language : O Mayeux
Heavenly Bodies : Amanda Rodriguez
He, a Poppy Field : Robin Sinclair
Living with Ghosts : Elyssa Tappero
Game on Witch, the Threequel : Alex Vigue