#69 (2022)

Published January 2022

Theme: Not Quite Human

“Welcome to our not quite human issue. We have an AI named Opal who is everywhere and a gruestone-juggling alien, a young girl sold into sex slavery and a djinni held captive by a fortune-telling AI. Our poets bring us murderous flora and mischievous fauna.”

Contents:

  • Opal, Everywhere, by Jennifer Hudak
  • Your Starving Days (poem), by Sonya Taaffe
  • Frosted Fruit, by Anne Karppinen
  • Revelations of the Artificial Dryads (poem), by Marissa Lingen
  • Falling Is What It Loves, by Mike Allen
  • Song for a Coyote (poem), by Jennifer Crow
  • Three Wishes and Your Fortune Told, by Alexandra Seidel
  • Suburban Pitcher Plant, Sarracenia suburbiana (poem), by Jay Sturner
  • Would That We Were Brownies (poem), by Avra Margariti
  • Art: John Stanton