Susan Yount: Mind Over Heart

This delightful collage from SC 6.1 comes to us from Susan Yount [>>], it’s “Mind Over Heart”:

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C.B. Auder: Fourth Directive Triple Classified

It’s a feisty, unprogrammed day, #InternationalWomensDay, and here’s our entry — C.B. Auder’s flash fiction “Fourth Directive Triple Classified“:

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Joseph Harris: Was It Good for You?

Today’s share thaws a bit, it seeks a bit of sun, it’s Joseph Harris’s story “Was It Good for You?“:

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This story originally appeared in SC 4.2. Nab a copy over here, and subscribe if you feel like receiving more delivered especially for you. Read on!

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Ana Arredondo: Wild Silent Drums

After a dry season a wet one, after a cool season a hot — we have some seasons, mix-and-match, take your pick, ’round ‘yere. Our thanks to Ana Arredondo for sending us this big-contrast essay, which we nominated for a Pushcart this year, “Wild Silent Drums“:

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This CNF piece originally appeared in SC 5.2, ebook here; & subscribe if you’re peacocking, it’s a great way to read more fab stories & songs. Read on!

PS – We’re still open for submissions of writing & art for an issue to feature women & genderqueer (broadly construed) creators, on any subject, in any style. Surprise us!

Rejected: Rejectors

Today’s share is a little feature we like to call “Rejected” — our issuely take on things to which noes, tx. From SC 4.3, our rejected rejectors:

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We’re still looking for contributors to the next issue who are women or genderqueer (broadly construed, gender ≠ sex). And wouldn’t a gift subscription be nice this time of year?