Clare Louise Harmon: First-Hand Accounts of the Performance of Western Art Music

Oh Reader, this one’s a biggie, all strung hard and fibrillating electricity, it’s Clare Louise Harmon’s [>>] “First-Hand Accounts of the Performance of Western Art Music“:

This poem first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop as an ebookRead on!

Jenny Mueller: two poems

It’s time for a month with poetry in it, Reader, and first up are Jenny Mueller’s “To Read Ashbery” and a poem from her series Postcards, “Cabin Town,” Gorham, N.H. (1967, 5.5 x 3.5 horizontal):

These poems first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop as an ebookRead on!

Matthew Woodman: Decolonization

We’ve got a bit of a play on words for you today, Reader, a bit of rough chuckles in the teeth of the systems we’re in, although ants don’t have teeth, now we think about it, so here’s Matthew Woodman’s [>>] “Decolonization“:

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Chelsey Clammer: Home Is Where the Hoard Is

We’re sharing a big closer today, an activator and a reminder, y’all, a solidarity story for worser and for better, Chelsey Clammer’s [>>] “Home Is Where the Hoard Is“:

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Taylor Drake: Rumination

It’s a delight to share this heavy night-pill of a tale, Reader, second prize winner in our 2020 flash contest, Taylor Drake’s [>>] “Rumination” (to be taken on an empty stomach).

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