“I am about to spit you from my mouth.” A new sword-bearing b/w comic interpretation of John the Prophet’s cryptic apocalypse-bait.
“I was manufacturing melancholy. I was trafficking in it. I was afraid of becoming boring. Or I was bored.” New fiction by Elizabeth Ellen.
Ryan Ridge & Mel Bosworth
Two very short stories from Camouflage Country by Ryan Ridge & Mel Bosworth, out now from Queen’s Ferry Press, and with illustrations by Jacob Heustis.
“Other babies suck the life force from any adult human that looks into their clean glass baby eyes. The adult humans are powerless.” New short fiction from Meredith Alling.
The Institute for Erotic Vertigo
“The background information is mentioned but refused development. There is only the present in the text, no future, no past.” New prose from The Institute of Erotic Vertigo, a collective.
“I try to see how still I can be. I can be very, very still.” New short fiction by Sarah Gallien. Art by Danny Jock.
“I wasn’t scared of what couldn’t kill me and wasn’t yet aware of what could. My father told me gymnastics could kill me, and smoking.” An excerpt from Dot Devota’s autobiography of life in the midwest, MW: A Field Guide to the Midwest.
“I asked her if they were pinching her, and she said no. She said let’s rub asses.” New short fiction by Rhoads Stevens.
“Sometimes when he gets handed meat he will immediately begin eating it, but other times if he’s feeling obedient he will wait until he’s parked his truck and he’s alone.” New short text by Mark Baumer. Art by Danny Jock.
“Ever since the phone calls had begun, my nights had become dreamless.” Psychologically undoing new short fiction from Tim Jones-Yelvington. Art by Danny Jock.