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    Fiction

    Murmurations by Nina Ficenec

    I enjoyed most pulling my teeth out during school. I was never pretty anyway, Fit for candlelight, my parents would say, so I felt no aesthetic affliction with these small forfeitures.

    Fiction

    The Last Great White by Christopher Murphy

    When Ron saw the headline from his daughter, “Last Great White Dies,” he almost picked up the phone. His daughter made a lot of noise for extinctions.

    Book Reviews

    The Theory of Almost Everything by Salvatore Pane

    The opening of Salvatore Pane’s sophomore novel, The Theory of Almost Everything gives a sample of what you can expect from it — an off-the-wall adventure into the multiverse to try and prevent the death of our reality, shot through with self-aware and self-torturing thoughts.

    Fiction

    Miracle On Barnacle Street by Laton Carter

    There are no streets named after presidents in Port Storm. There are only seven streets anyway, and one of them is gravel.

    Fiction

    A Woman of Appetites by Yasmina Din Madden

    She was always hungry, so when Adeline ate her beautiful baby boy, no one was surprised.

    Fiction

    The First Law Of Holes by Meg Pokrass

    “Before he became a clown, he was a bit light-footed,” Mom said. “Your father could slip away in the middle of a funeral and nobody would notice.” These were stories I collected about Dad, who I barely remembered from childhood.

    Fiction

    The Mother by Ashley Burnett

    Marina had always known she would be a Mother. She had no discernible talent, wasn’t particularly pretty or intelligent. But she had a womb, and the moon needed those.

    Book Reviews

    Messiah Tortoise by James R. Gapinski

    At its essence, James R. Gapinski’s Messiah Tortoise is a brief, yet intriguing collection of absurd narratives that take place in zoo settings populated with a diverse array of animals and zoo staff.

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    Shitstorm deals with the world of social media, opinion, and politics. And even if the final version of the book wasn’t evident to me for a while, as far back as 2013 I was already trying to get my head around our interactions in a world increasingly posed of digital agoras, where outrage is a currency, and where reaction many times replaces thinking.

    Fiction

    Hollywood & Highland by Samantha Paige Rosen

    I hold a peach in my hand. The whole thing.

    Fiction

    Thinny Mister Howards by afopefoluwa ojo

    Mister Howards is a man who wants to be another man, and his life is not better off for it.