A busy bee, Reader? Or a calm river — it’s your choice, of course, to be one or both, but let’s appreciate what there is to appreciate and let what’s not pass by unseen. Here’s Betsy Johnson’s “up to wonders“:
This poem originally appeared in SC #8.1, available in print and ebook formats at our store. Read on!
What wyrd fall to we find ourselves in that the weight of Earth has lifted away? Let’s dive into this comprehensive creature feature, reader, be sure to sister all the steps of Genevieve Mills’ [>>] “A Guide to Guarding the Princess“:
This story originally appeared in SC #8.1, available in print and ebook formats at our store. Read on!
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!
We’re doing a little dance, Dear Readers, and you should to (interpret the year in exactly 36 gestures). Here for doublespeak’s sake is Harry Wilson’s [>>] very dateable Ileene’s Dance to the Old Year #3, San Francisco, 1984:
This photo originally appeared in SC 5.2 — support the artist and support the arts: issues at our store (full color ebooks), and subscriptions thisaway. Read on!
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Push back against the many marks on and by us, reader, and take a little space for yourself. Here’s Joel Allegretti’s “For Those Who Seek a Blank Canvas”:
This poem originally appeared in SC 5.1. Check it printed here, or download — and as always, a subscription will get you more. Read on!