NOTES ON TENDERNESS by KIKI NICOLE
IN MY LAST RELATIONSHIP, I WAS A TELEVISION by HANNAH COHEN
IN WHICH I HIDE LOVE LIKE LOCKS IN MY STOMACH FOLDS by DIANA KHONG
HOW TO LET GO AND START BEING YOURSELF by AMANDA ROSE
& SO I CLIMBED by EKİN AYDOĞDU
CAKE MAKING by ARCHITA MITTRA
GOD GIVES AN ELEGY by DIANA KHONG
DIALTONE by AMANDA ROSE
THE STARE DOWN, THE STONE COLD STUFF by EMILY PALERMO
BOUGHT AT THE INTERSECTION OF 5TH AND MAIN by DIANA KHONG
PUBLIC MENSTRUATION by DENISE NICHOLE ANDREWS
FEATURED ARTIST: HELEN ROBERTSON
It’s finally fall, it’s nearly 2017, and we’ve got some new words, we’ve got some new art, and we’ve got some new folks. We’re happy to see you sticking around for another issue, and we hope you enjoy, share, and re-visit.
To expect: more interviews, more music, and more reading recommendations. More weird, more funk, more instant messaging and rambling and internet kisses.
Wants: lyric essays, letters to your ex written on gum wrappers and bills, letters to your guts, poems to your cat’s bizarre tongue, odes to la croix, critiques of la croix, questions about wtf la croix is and why it owns our worlds.
And, of course, you.