Relax, dear Reader, this week (no pressure!), with this chill piece from Jan Stinchcomb, “The Beach Is the Original Safe Space“:
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We’re delighted to be sharing today this queer poetry for those whose relationships to white daddies are fraught: Julian Mithra’s [>>] “White Daddy.”
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Today’s share makes us glad for stocks, reductions, broths, steepings, and hot water, dear Reader. Here’s Kathy Rudin’s SOUP:
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We’re so excited to release today’s share into the world, it’s full of true and truth, it’s Amber N.’s “Lol white men bore me”:
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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.