Posts Tagged "issue 104"

Orrin Evans: The Pioneer of Black Comic Book Publishing

by on Jan 19, 2018 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

The first time I walked into a comic book store, I was eight years old. The town I lived in at the time didn’t have a local comic book shop, so the only way I could purchase comics was at the local grocery store, gas station, or convenient store, which meant that the selection was always...

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Monster: Puppeteer

by on Jan 19, 2018 in Poetry | 0 comments

The splintered scrape of broken bone, forced to and fro across sharp stone.   No one to see, no one to care how slowly died the desert hare.   No accident, no slip, no trip, its mind caught in a monster’s grip.   Six-eyed, six-mouthed, the monster foul controlled each scraping move, each...

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The Best Friend We Never Had

by on Jan 18, 2018 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

Josie stared hard at the woman standing just outside the connecting hose’s exit. The expandable tubing she walked through was well-insulated, but for most of its length dimmer even than her ship had been. Still, though the light bleeding in from the exit to Mizar 5’s concourse dazzled...

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Page Advice

by and on Jan 17, 2018 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Isabela asks: How do I keep from falling asleep while reading? I never fall asleep with my face in a book, but spending hours without moving much always makes me feel like napping. It’s very hard to battle against it and it eventually makes me unable to keep reading because my mind feels...

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Symphony to a city under the stars

by on Jan 16, 2018 in Short Fiction | 2 comments

Allegro con brio The night she came back, the Cut bled dimensions off onto the City … like every other night. Sinclair was ready for that day’s sunset. He’d been ready for the longest time. Alone in his reality sarcophagus, he witnessed the day’s last light bathing the gothic arches of...

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