“Whistle past the graveyard. Even the dead deserve a song.” – Twin Forks, “Back to You”
F I C T I O N

“Rites of Passage” by Julia August

The night after she met the ălžăyn, Takaleyel kel Auzheghan heard that a greenland witch had come to Teleleiyya.

“Dance of the Splintered Hands” by Henry Szabranski

My heart thumped with excitement as we approached the huge structure… Even at this distance, perhaps a mile away, I could see spider-like shapes crawling over its surface.

“Alviss the Dwarf” by David A. Hewitt

“Immortality, you say?” He turns his head, turns his lean, scar-pocked face, and looks at you through the cave-dark. Though he lies bound, immobile, atop those three ridges of stone, when you meet his gaze it is you who feels the captive.

“There Are Rules” by William Stiteler

“Is this going to involve braising?” Maggie asked.

“To Claim a Piece of Sky” by Crystal Lynn Hilbert

Barbed tendrils of indeterminate hiatus uncoiled from her mind, releasing her senses. Motionless in her coiled nest, the body opened her eyes.

P O E T R Y

“Obsidian” by Beth Cato

“The Unicorn” by Amanda C. Davis

“Your Future and Mine” by John Grey

M I S C E L L A N Y

Horoscopes

The Encounter by P. Emerson Williams

Illustration: P. Emerson Williams is an artist, musician, actor and writer who works in a creative continuum that draws upon an interest in the arcane and esoteric. His passion is for embodying the mythic in visual media and melding visual art with narrative form. P. Emerson Williams has collaborated with writers James Curcio, Nathan Neuharth and illustrated Bedlam Stories: The Battle Of Oz And Wonderland Begins, the first novel in Pearry Teo’s series Bedlam Stories. As a musician he has worked with SLEEP CHAMBER, Jarboe, Manes, kkoagulaa among many others.
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