Extreme weather persists on planet earth. Not due to climate change. He’s retiring; he wants to go out with a bang, Zeus. ~by Denny Marshall
It’s been a surreal year for us (still can’t believe that a year has passed). Lots of changes are coming up. For now, enjoy our twelfth issue. Cheers!
Frolicking in the woods of Appalachia, our hearts singing in the quiet beauty of its protection, we follow the colored shafts of sunlight, their shoots of gold and green choosing our paths. In the midst of our home, letting our hands slip at a fork, we part to different ways, each caught by a foreign
First off, a happy New Year to all our contributors and readers. We’ve come a long way to release our eleventh issue. Have a good read.
Here is our 36-page long Issue 10. It’s filled with a variety of stories, each with its own magic. Hope you have a good read.
Thanks to all the contributors who made it possible for us to release eight issues. It’s been a surreal experience. Have a fun read!
It was a featured section of the country park but seldom used. The last rainstorm had destabilized the high banking access. The water was cold and slow moving – delightful. He stripped and peeled off the faux-human dermis before plunging into the old reservoir basin, again wondering if he was the only hybrid left. A figure in a gillie-suit emptied
Isn’t an escape route for generations of slaves, nor a rail to any freedom. It’s merely a metro subway to under-street shops. A homeless Black man in a dirty T-shirt, reflecting through scratched portals, searches for purpose. He only sees spilled chances in a milk-washed world that he can’t cry over. He stares in vain. ~by John C.