Things are happening, they’re happening more and more, Reader, and here is your polaroid, for better or worse, it’s Lynne Potts’ “Helmets, Goggles, America“:
This poem originally appeared in SC 6.2, available in print and ebook formats. Read on!
Relax, dear Reader, this week (no pressure!), with this chill piece from Jan Stinchcomb, “The Beach Is the Original Safe Space“:
This flash originally appeared in SC 6.1, available as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more intense gazes delivered to you. Read on!
We’re delighted to bring you a flash piece from our latest issue, #6.3: here’s Kat Gonso’s biting, antediluvian “Daniel.”
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A geometry of fittings, impracticalities today, Dear Reader. Here’s M.K. Sukach’s [>>] “In Theory”:
This poem originally appeared in SC 4.3. Get one, ebook it, subscribe for more. You don’t need to explain.
Dear reader, our electric share this week two poems by Leah Noble Davidson [>>] from her project addressing, among other things, the Benjamin algorithm’s writing a screenplay. Here’s The way you were sent to me… that was a big honest idea. and The principle is completely constructed for the same time:
These poems appear in SC 6.1, available in print and ebook editions — and hey subscribe whydoncha? Read on!
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