Editor’s Note, Vol. 8, Issue 3

Editor’s Note, Vol. 8, Issue 3

Since we couldn’t get away from the Death theme for our last issue, the theme of our September issue is logical: the afterlife; what’s out there beyond human existence.

Erica Satifka’s “I Don’t Exist Without You” looks at the ways we try to live on past death: our children, our mentees, and methods less common. Stacy Sinclair’s “Exit Wounds” shows the ways we come to terms with what may or may not be out there, while Jason L. Corner’s “Miles Blows His Last” is…just delightful.

Our poets this month are Rachel Swirsky, Ian Creasey, David Kopaska-Merkel, and Danny Adams, with their respective poems, “String Theory,” “How to Build an Open-Source Deity,” “The Dead King of Midnight,” and “Erasing the Universe’s Chalkboard” all of which reach beyond the waking and living world.


Leah Bobet

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