This one’s full of the machinery of empire, dear Reader, its grease and stains. We’re grateful to share Matthew Sterner-Neely’s [>>] “An American and a Half in a Tower“:
This story originally appeared in SC 7.2, available as an ebook. Read on!
Included in the archive today is a manuscript of great value — Heather Whited’s haunting story “Speakers of Dead Languages”:
This story appears in Storm Cellar #6.2 here (print) and here (ebook), and subscribe! Submit to SC here, and read on.
The thundering season, Dear Reader, passes toward and through us even now, and so then here: Marc Harshman’s two sun-burned prose poems “Holding On” and “Seascape in Kansas.”
These poems originally appeared in SC 5.1. Get yours here, download the issue, and of course subscribe, subscribe, subscribe for more in your mail-/in-box. Read on!
Dear Reader, our swamps are cold swamps and our cataracts are whitecapped irii, and this week we’re pouring forth from the archives Beth Towle‘s “The River Woodlawn”:
This poem originally appeared in SC 4.1. (Psst. Subscribe or download issues or get your print over thisaway, because you can hear the falls.) Read on!