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13 Mar 2023
the demon boy summoned a fog my own brother stumbled through
13 Mar 2023
The witch fished her pigs from under the ice and stitched them together again. She was my friend, and we climbed on her roof.
6 Mar 2023
The fried onion is a flower / or a half-grated mouth.
6 Mar 2023
I always thought / the stars looked better in the water.
20 Feb 2023
Promise me story / still fleet-footed and blazing, story where I become more / than steam. And pretend that I never / prayed to the veins / of a trembling city, never saw god / written in neon lights.
20 Feb 2023
thousands of years of floating in a vacuum
14 Feb 2023
but no deity / provided a cooling wind / for my own burnt shoulders.
13 Feb 2023
a harvest so grand that a thousand rabbits could feast at the same table with twice the falcons
6 Feb 2023
Your quivering, alien shift from human to halfling to not-quite,   a carrion flower never in bloom, but burst.
6 Feb 2023
how humble it becomes after beliefs on it / burn up
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20 Mar 2023

Open Fiction Submissions Window in April 
Some Facts are Difficult to Discuss 
Always and Forever, Only You 
The Subway Is Another Place To Die 
Monday: Full Immersion by Gemma Amor 
Monday: Seasons in Hippoland by Wanjiku wa Ngũgĩ 
Wednesday: Locklands by Robert Jackson Bennett