Three million years from now a thought form called oufaobf will randomly coalesce into LCRW 35 at the same time as 1.2 million monkeys type it out. Which means there will be 2 copies out there in that there far future galaxy. Will Nicole Kimberling's recipe blow them away? Fiction by Danielle Mayabb or James Warner? Could be.
Table of Contents
Danielle Mayabb, "People Are Fragile Things You Should Know By Now"
James Warner, "The History of Harrabash"
Clinton Lawrence, "The Peach Orchard"
Kate Story, "The Ghost of the Cherry Blossom"
Jessy Randall, "Anonymized Orgies, Inc."
Andrew Ervin, "Presently Engulfing the Mid-Atlantic States"
Jack Larsen, "The Equipoise with Lentils"
Diana M. Chien, "Maria Taglioni and the Highwayman"
S. E. Clark, "Genius Loci"
Henry Wessells, "Extended Range; or, The Accession Label"
Emily Jace McLaughlin, "Above the Line”
Nicole Kimberling, "Holiday Treats: Believe the Dream"
Catherine Fletcher, "Four Poems from Spook Speak, A Tale of Espionage”
Aatmaja Pandya, "A Wizard of Earthsea"
About the Authors
Eleven stories, 4 poems, a column. A zine. An occasional outburst.
History is written by the people who write.
These are not usual days.
These are not the usual times.
This is a time of grief.
This is a time of gloominess.
This is a time of anger.
This is a time of witnessing.
This is a time to stand up and be counted.
We will support the ACLU.
We will fight for equality, inclusiveness, for health care.
We will fight racism, misogyny, hatred, and intolerance.
We will write the history of our times together.
Gavin J. Grant