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toward the infinitesimal

issue 36 – may 2022

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toward the infinitesimal

issue 36 – may 2022

Read It Now

Issue 36: toward the infinitesimal

This month we offer infinitesimal beings, pollen, creases, cracked clothes. In June we stay with:     dust Submission guidelines can be found here. love,  amanda lezra  Editor-in-Chief Toward the Infinitesimal In Conversation with Kai Coggin, Part 2 Kai Coggin is the author of MINING FOR

Issue 34: soil

This month we offer skies black, a cloud corked inside an umbrella, and the germination of the moon’s sanity.

Issue 30: ode

This month we offer changed names, the flame of fierce determination, and a body resistant to loving. Next month we continue to:      ode Submission guidelines can be found here. love,  amanda lezra  Editor-in-Chief FITTING IN We kissed cats, Cuddled dogs, Reared rats, Fed frogs, Smoked

Issue 29: linger

layers -  cory fisher  This month we offer fruit we never eat, transparent gummy worms, and dream after dream. Next month we:      ode Submission guidelines can be found here. love,  amanda lezra  Editor-in-Chief still life with neighbors Cezanne’s tables, broken and discontinuous, are

Issue 28: possess

This month the theme is possess: to have, or, to take, or, to be taken. Today we offer cookies garnished with poems, a sprig of lilac, a new love, and another love.

Issue 36: toward the infinitesimal

This month we offer infinitesimal beings, pollen, creases, cracked clothes. In June we stay with:     dust Submission guidelines can be found here. love,  amanda lezra  Editor-in-Chief Toward the Infinitesimal In Conversation with Kai Coggin, Part 2 Kai Coggin is the author of MINING FOR

Issue 34: soil

This month we offer skies black, a cloud corked inside an umbrella, and the germination of the moon’s sanity.

Issue 30: ode

This month we offer changed names, the flame of fierce determination, and a body resistant to loving. Next month we continue to:      ode Submission guidelines can be found here. love,  amanda lezra  Editor-in-Chief FITTING IN We kissed cats, Cuddled dogs, Reared rats, Fed frogs, Smoked

Issue 29: linger

layers -  cory fisher  This month we offer fruit we never eat, transparent gummy worms, and dream after dream. Next month we:      ode Submission guidelines can be found here. love,  amanda lezra  Editor-in-Chief still life with neighbors Cezanne’s tables, broken and discontinuous, are

Issue 28: possess

This month the theme is possess: to have, or, to take, or, to be taken. Today we offer cookies garnished with poems, a sprig of lilac, a new love, and another love.

  • brightly-colored orange, yellow, and blue fish swimming in an aquarium

Issue 27: why is love

Today we offer a light that isn't really light, flat sweet bleach, and the one who will protect you.

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