Great issue. Close call, but the stand out piece for me is ‘Workers in the Trees’ by Rene Houtrides.
Gotta love ‘Devil’s Food’. Brilliant and a bit bone chilling, in my opinion!
I thoroughly enjoyed, and highly recommend Michael V. Gibson’s, “Homesick”. Thought-provoking and a bit unsettling, it was an amazing piece of work. It stays with long after you stop reading it. I’ve never experienced anything quite like it. I look forward to reading more stories from this author.
Very much enjoyed “Devil’s Food.” Very engaging narrative and well-written dialouge.
Gibson’s “Homesick” just floored me…I feel like a dick for missing 38 other editions of this mag. Keep up the great work
Best Living Writer Michael Vincent Gibson strikes again.
I really enjoyed this issue. Gibson’s “Homesick” was especially engaging. I appreciate the tone and voice in which Mr. Gibson writes. I look forward to reading more from him in the future.
Yo… I hate leaving comments unless I end up yelling at my computer screen over how bad ass something is… and this is bad ass. The whole edition is captivating and Best Living Writer Michael Vincent Gibson’s work is stunning, I could read a all Gibson Crack the Spine. Bye bye
Love M.Gibson’s Homesick. I identify with the narrator’s un-directed wanderlust and love Anichka’s quiet frustration. There is an air of tragedy about the whole piece, something behind the words that is hard to rationalize, as if the whole world has collapsed into that defunct warehouse room, destined to be a home; the narrator is drunk on the possibility of belonging somewhere that doesn’t exist yet and may never.
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