Poetry: Under the Saffron Sun by Alexander Hudluman

Under the Saffron Sun by Alexander Hudluman Under the Saffron sun, to the east and west amidst its brilliance. A pair of unlikely sun burnt eyes strained forth. Played upon by the endless mirage trickery. Misery was surely the desert’s dealing with the devil. Suffering was its voice and the land told a tale of a …

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Poetry: La Petit Mort by Alexandra Saba

La Petit Mort by Alexandra Saba Glowing crashing waves flit across the nebulous terrain of my body. Aching. Arching. Crash. Echoing ripples reverbing back into my surrounding reality. Warm, white glow blankets me lulls me into sleep, little slice of death tingling tasting sweet. Alex Saba is a poet and student at CCSF. She enjoys psychedelic …

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Meet the Editors 2017 [Part Two]

Today we're meeting the head genre editors! These talented folx are in charge of maintaining the submission logs of their specialty, organizing the submissions, and leading reader discussions. They're also responsible for editing, author revisions, proofreading, and work in conjunction with the Managing Editor to communicate with authors and artists. Bryce Riegel is our Fiction Editor …

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Happy UN World Poetry Day!

A decision to proclaim 21 March as World Poetry Day was adopted during UNESCO’s 30th session held in Paris in 1999. http://www.un.org/en/events/poetryday/assets/img/featured-image-video.jpg One of the main objectives of the Day is to support linguistic diversity through poetic expression and to offer endangered languages the opportunity to be heard within their communities. The observance of World Poetry Day …

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