Apr. 10th, 2016

lesser_celery: (Sheeba and the Palm)
Fire and rain: this issue is pretty elemental. We have a volcano and a torch, oak and ash, a horse of fire; drizzle and flood, the ill in search of a fountain, fast-moving shadows, a drought and a water cure that’s worse. More: druids and voices old, an oracle, an aria, and a portal in the mouth, missing labs and carnivores picked clean, daughters and dead silence. Plus roller derby.”

Contents:

A Drizzle Still Counts As Rain, by Patricia Russo
The Nihilist’s Prayer (poem), by Laura Sloan Patterson
The Choices of Foxes, by Sonya Taaffe
Started Small (poem), by David Kopaska-Merkel
The Oracle Sings a Torch Song, by Gillian Daniels
Daughter of Oak and Ash (poem), by Deborah Guzzi
A Voice Old (poem), by K.S. Hardy
The Water Cure, by Alexander Leger-Small
The Daughter Who Left (poem), by Holly Day
Art: John Stanton

cover NOU 55 300

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