Root and Branch – Optimization – A Ride – Inclination – Keepsakes – and Idyll, a story, Part One of Five (The following is a work of satire. The people and events depicted, including those based on real people and events, are all entirely fictional.)


The first volume of Notes for a Mythology will be ending in August: you can catch up here.

*Minor Literature[s] is currently accepting fiction submissions, and, as always, I’m excited to see what they’ll put out.

*Bola Opaleke is this month’s guest editor at Burning House Press.

*C.C. O’Hanlon has taken over The Island Review.

*Cathy Ulrich, one of our finest writers (and readers) of flash, has started her own journal at Milk Candy Review.

*Dostoyevsky Wannabe is putting together an anthology inspired by the music of the Buzzcocks and the late Pete Shelley.

*Inside the Castle has announced its full catalogue for the year, starting with John Trefry’s creepy-sounding and, at this point, no doubt brilliant Apparitions of the Living.

*August Smith wrote, designed, and published a new book of poems, Empty Boat Circling.

*The always excellent Pete Toms has a new comic, An Actual Goblin, available through Gumroad.

*Mother’s Walk, by the equally amazing Lauren Weinstein, is available from Youth in Decline as Frontier #17.

*And, finally, Study Group has made Twilight of the Bat by Patrick Keck and Josh Simmons free to read—one of the very few good Batman stories, especially good because it’s not officially a Batman story.

Next issue: February 2019

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