Time scuttles, it sneaks, things evaporate or even sublime whenever you turn your back for just a month or two. Now comes Riel Sturchio’s [>>] untitled poem [goes]:
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Can we peer into another’s self, their privacy? What could we learn that we do not already guess? Dear reader, let us ask Sandra Kolankiewicz’s “Neighborhood Watch”:
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Today’s poem comes to you (no-frills!) from the department of words you’ve gotta read. Here’s Mack Carlisle’s “Double Bluff“:
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Today’s flash comes courtesy the strange attractors and a certain fulfillment — it’s Helen Hofling’s “Twelve Days in a Diamond Mine“:
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Readers, today we’re delighted to share this feisty and flirtatious french drawing by the fantastic France Corbel [>>], “Clothes Have No Gender“:
This drawing originally appeared in SC 6.1 – France did our cover for the issue, too. Get yours here, and download the ebook, or get more like this by subscribing!
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