B. Woods: A Little Remedy, Which Won’t Work

Dear Reader, it’s been a discombobulating holiday, perhaps in a good way, perhaps otherwise. Tell us things, do tell. Here’s a very tonic prose poem by B. Woods — “A Little Remedy, Which Won’t Work“:

 

This poem originally appeared in SC 6.1, available as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more intense gazes delivered to you. Read on!

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Robert Fanning: two poems

This week’s share comes to us from SC 5.2, two poems of man with corpse by Robert Fanning, “Man and Corpse at the Bridge” and “Family Dinner”:

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Derek Updegraff: In Olden Times

Honorable Mention in the 2017 Force Majeure Flash Contest:

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Luke David Mechem: two woodcuts

Reader, we’re into awkward hands and ambiguous stares as much as the next magazine. Please enjoy these as much as we do, Luke David Mechem‘s Otter and Untitled No. 10:

Luke David Mechem - Otter[sample]

Luke David Mechem - Unititled No. Ten[sample]

These woodcuts originally appeared in SC 4.2. Physical and digital. Subscriptions for those who love a mammal. It is indeed humid in here; read on.