It’s your place, Reader, to find how your place is yours, how you are of and in this place for as long as you are of and in it, so take heart in Jasmyn DiMeglio’s “How I Learned to Be Gay Here“:
This poem first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop as an ebook. Read on!
Today’s share is as scalding and ephemeral as steam, a flash-CNF that won second prize in the 2018 Force Majeure Flash Contest, it’s Rosemarie Dombrowski’s [>>] “On the Art of Disappearing“:
This flash appears in in SC 7.1, available in print and as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more, and 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.
They say not to introduce a new product in August; we remember hearing that some time ago, dear Reader. Let us reintroduce an old idea and wrestle with it, then. Lately, we have seen permanent things become impermanent. Today we’re raising from the archive Matt Muilenburg’s “The Leadoff Men”:
This nonfiction piece originally appeared in SC 5.2. Pick up the magazine here, download the ebook, and of course: subscribe! Keep reading, dear Reader: read on.
Can we peer into another’s self, their privacy? What could we learn that we do not already guess? Dear reader, let us ask Sandra Kolankiewicz’s “Neighborhood Watch”:
This poem previously appeared in SC 4.3. Purchase print & ebook copies here, & subscribe for more like this, but delivered. Read on.
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