We’re back from summer break, friends! Just in time to sip on this delicious cup of flash, which won our 2018 Force Majeure Flash Contest, it’s Gen Del Raye’s “My Mother Takes Me to a Public Bath”:
This flash appears in in SC 7.1, available in print and as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more, and read on!
Ahoy-hoy-hoy, O embodied Reader… our first share of this most April of poetry months is this lucky knucklebone from Knar Gavin [>>], “The Genial Body“:
This poem appears in Storm Cellar #6.3, available in print and download formats at our store; to receive more like this via handy (e)mail, subscribe … and read on.
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Push back against the many marks on and by us, reader, and take a little space for yourself. Here’s Joel Allegretti’s “For Those Who Seek a Blank Canvas”:
This poem originally appeared in SC 5.1. Check it printed here, or download — and as always, a subscription will get you more. Read on!
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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Featured in Storm Cellar 5.1, here is Stephanie Flood’s [>>] collage-as-reconstitution-of-history, Roses:
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