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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Cloud season follows us wherever we go, readers, and this turn we’re sharing Jes Trejo’s take on a landmark, the deft and hunched-up Shoot the Freak:
This photo originally appeared in SC 5.2. Get your print or ebook copy, and subscribe for more like this delivered swiftly, silently, probably in the night. Head up, and read on.
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Dear Reader, here’s our last share of this Gregorian year, two poems by Erica Wright [>>], “American Burial Rites” and — one of our Pushcart Prizes nominees this year — “American New Year”:
These poems originally appeared in SC 5.2. Get yours here & DL the ebook. Consider subscribing (print &/or ebook formats) for more great art delivered by ehand to you!
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We’re going to guess everyone’s a bit tired of spectacle, so here are two stories about people who ride the bus and answer the phone, Jacob Aiello‘s “People Call” and “The Strangest, Most Amazing Thing I’ve Seen All Day“:
These flashes first appeared in SC 4.2 (physical, digital). Get a subscription here and melt our hearts, or peek under our galoshes with a whole issue of your very own (see the latest as download or paper). Read on!