#58 (2017)

Published October 2017

Theme: Fall

“It’s fall here in the northern hemisphere, and what a harvest of stories, poems, and artwork the season brings: sharks and selkies, Life and Death, diving down and peeking up, spying gods, fallen daemons, and suicide angels. And for food we have spices, soups, and casseroles, with a pumpkin face looking on and even someone who embraces his own fungus.”

Contents:

  • Pigeon-Bone Soup, by Patricia Russo
  • The Man Who Embraced His Own Fungus (poem), by Josh Pearce
  • Abhaus (poem), by Mat Joiner
  • Eqalussuaq, by Tim Major
  • The House Always Wins (poem), by Sonya Taaffe
  • Beside the Paprika, a Pinch of Cyanide, by Michael Piel
  • Back in the Day (poem), by Kent Kruse
  • Tidal, by Rose Keating
  • God Is Spying on Mankind (poem), by Holly Day
  • The Daemons (poem), by K. S. Hardy
  • Burn the Kool Kidz at the Stake, by Mike Allen
  • Dive (poem), by Sonya Taaffe
  • Peek Up (poem), by Neal Wilgus
  • Art: John Stanton