Erika T. Wurth’s latest novel is a heartbreaking blend of romance and violence, composed in urgent, tender prose. Katharine Coldiron reviews.
“All the men go to Russia to work and here I am, another girl with the wives, scattered in the kitchen like a balding dandelion, learning Russian.” Poetry by Lily Daly.
Hana Pera Aoake
“Sometimes I choke myself or slap my face or grab my waist or punch myself or prick myself just because I’m so bored and I’m ready to wake up and enter the Matrix.” Hana Pera Aoake comes thru w/ a trigger-laden, genre-bending persona shriek.
“The grass around the bodies had turned black, as if it had been scorched by a blow torch.” Fiction by Jacques Debrot.
Laura Theobald & Sean Collins
Laura Theobald and Sean Collins in conversation upon discovering their shared tactic of using the iPhone’s autopredict feature to generate poetry, as well as on #metoo, writing from discomfort, and more.
Foundational Atlanta singer-songwriter K. Michelle Dubois returns with her third solo album, Harness, engaging new terrain between the underground and mainstream pop, a la the Breeders. Randal O’Wain reviews.
“I made you wear that wig. I put lipstick on you and you liked it. I pretended you were my sister.” Fiction by Lisa Korzeniowski.
Jeff T. Johnson
Jeff T. Johnson’s Book Album Book returns with a multidimensional meditation on Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith’s 2013 album Tides.
“More animals are reincarnated as humans than ever before.” Poetry by RC Miller.
“The colors of the dark relaxed into a warm wrap of orange that haloed the horizon.” Fiction by David Peak.