Posts Tagged "issue 21"

House of Shadows

by on Feb 15, 2011 in Poetry | 0 comments

By F.J. Bergmann I look out onto a landscape that could have been formed by a glittering gas, heavier than air, hissing out of the showerhead to settle in translucent billows that occlude the view of the privacy fence, under the benediction of the mysterious animal ornamenting the roof,...

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The Witch’s Heart

by on Feb 15, 2011 in Poetry | 0 comments

By Nicole Kornher-Stace                                                                                                                  Rhysling Award Nominee “Short Poem” Well, it ain’t like the shotgun isn’t loaded, like he gets the shakes to aim, like he...

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A Raggy Dog, a Shaggy Dog

by on Feb 5, 2011 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

By Nalo Hopkinson Have you seen a little dog anywhere about? A raggy dog, a shaggy dog, Who’s always looking out For some fresh mischief which he thinks he really ought to do… -from “My Dog,” by Emily Lewis There you are.  Right on time.  Yes, climb up here where...

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Langknech and Tzi-Tzi in the Land of the Mad

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By Forrest Aguirre “A beautiful day,” Langknech giraffe said to friend Tzi-Tzi. And, indeed, it was a beautiful day. The smiling face of the sun shone down from sky blue, and where there were spigot-clouds sprinkling water (neither one quite knew who turned the handles of...

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Close Your Eyes

by on Feb 5, 2011 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

By Cat Rambo The story might begin like this: “Thank you for bringing me some water,” Lewis said as Amber neared the kitchen table. “Thank you for working to pay the rent on our house, because otherwise we wouldn’t have access to the water that comes free with...

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