Oh reader, rust is on the trees and the boards are locked up tight. We’re delighted to share this poem by Simon Perchik, “*”, which begins “It starts at the foundry…”
This poem closes out Storm Cellar 8.3, available in print and ebook formats over in our store. Read on!
This share’s an autogenesis poem about us within these borders, fumbling and fumbling forward, anyway: it’s Henry Goldkamp’s “American DIY.”
This poem appears in Storm Cellar #7.1, nicknamed “Back Fire,” available in delicious print and ebook editions in our store. Read on!
Dear Reader, today’s share is on to it and on it for those who will carry onward, Autumn Hayes’ “On Them“:
This poem appears in in SC 7.1, available in print and as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more, and read on!
The hemisphere is shaking off the wet leftovers of winter, dear reader, but is it through? What is and isn’t paid and evened up, in Grace Bauer’s “The Deceptive Day”:
This poem originally appeared in SC 4.3. Buy a copy, download, and subscribe. Read on.
It’s the witchliest, most boneyardful season, readers, and this week’s story from the latest issue really ties that all together: J. E. Reich’s “Old Country.”
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PS. we’re seeking contributors for the next issue who happen to be women or genderqueer, so this link links to our submission manager.