Jan. 17th, 2016

lesser_celery: (Sheeba and the Palm)
“You can decide to go, or someone else will decide for you. To paraphrase a poem, our protagonists carry sins like a passport. One busts out his captive car, another walks down to find her Bird. One goes backwards through swords, while children crawl through a coffin to be healed. And a stubborn woman fights a losing battle against becoming something ‘better.’ Whatever the means, you’re sure enough going to go. Now.”

Contents:

Do You Know What Happened, by Patricia Russo
Sarcophagus of Healing (poem), by John Philip Johnson
Harlequin and Bird, by Mat Joiner
Anybody That Looked Like That (poem), by Sonya Taaffe
The Red Round Eye of War, by Erik Amundsen
Sister Agnes Tells About the Crocodile (poem), by Laura Sloan Patterson
M, by Russell Hemmell
The Skin Changer (poem), by Alexandra Seidel
Underdown (poem), by Neal Wilgus
Cars, by Joe Scott
Wallpaper (poem), by Michelle Watters
Art: John Stanton

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