New FLAPPERHOUSE #15 and Happy Fall!

By Juliet Cook

Happy Fall!
“That devilish little minx known as FLAPPERHOUSE #15 is finally ready to spread its leathery wings & fly into the darkest abysses of your minds…”
This new Fall 2017 addition includes two collaborative poems by Michael Bernstein and Juliet Cook, along with lots of other oddities.

HERE – https://flapperhouse.com/zine/15-fall-2017/

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Inquiry into Loneliness – by Meg Harris (CC#94)

By John Burroughs

Crisis Chronicles Press is thrilled to announce the publication of Meg Harris‘ highly anticipated poetry chapbook, Inquiry into Loneliness, on 17 September 2017.
“Meg Harris gives us snapshots into a wildly imagined ordinary universe with rich metaphor turning everything she touches into an extraordinary occurrence. In Inquiry into Loneliness, ‘the wind has winter in its mouth’ and ‘the stars fly / from fingertips.’ Linger on each page for a glimpse into a beautiful and mystical world.”
Amy King, author of The Missing Museum
“In Inquiry into Loneliness, Meg Harris regards the divine like a lover, noting even its smallest incarnations, overlooking nothing. In a somber funeral notice for a sandpiper, we are reminded of our own human inconsequence, yet the world is constant magic. Stars are ‘mercury rolling,’ a child’s newborn skull bears the imprint of the place it was first loved. These poems are generous and welcoming, even of pain’s inevitability. Meg Harris says yes, ‘Yes to divine intervention / Divine anything.'”
Leslie McGrath, author of Out from the Pleiades

Where Do You Want It?
United States $7.00 USDElsewhere $10.00 USD
Inquiry into Loneliness is available for only $7 US from Crisis Chronicles Press, 3431 George Avenue, Parma, Ohio 44134. ISBN: 978-1-940996-45-5. Dimensions 5.5 x 8.5″. Perfect bound. Cover art by the author. 34 pages featuring these 22 poems: “Yariguíes Brush-Finch,” “Origins,” “Inquiry into Loneliness,” “Memory,” “Apnea,” “Paradise Lost,” “Symbiosis,” “Bird Sanctuary,” “Hoboken 2012,” “Vulture,” “For Nonbelievers,” “Sloth,” “Poseidon,” “Travel,” “Vestigial,” “A Rose from Roger,” “Madonna and Child,” “Yes, to Ghosts,” “Starlet,” “Crystal,” “Heartbreaker” and “My Name.”

Meg Harris is a writer, poet and teacher. Her work has appeared in Upstreet, Numero Cinq, Whiskey Island, River River, Pirene’s Fountain, and others. She lives in a magical place called Sol’s Path where she offers guided-writing workshops in the Patchwork Farms’ Writing Process. Meg Harris serves on the Connecticut State Independent Council and is the Managing Editor at the recently launched Diaphanous Press Journal of Literary and Visual Art which will release a second issue in November of 2017. She is an avid amateur photographer, miniaturist, and activist. She is most passionate about ending descriptor-discrimination because she believes everyone deserves their adjective. Round, white, feminist, witty, aging, empathic, Meg is well known in her family for both finding things lost and fixing things broken. She earned her MFA in writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts.

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Short Form Submissions — The Wayward Sword

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The Wayward Sword:

“The Hero Dies in This One – Short Form”

…Super Powered Vigilantes, Masked Crimefighters, Gods, Mutants,
Aliens, Sports Stars, Musicians, Lovers…
Winners, the Triumphant…
Heroes
What if no matter how hard they tried, they just couldn’t win?
The odds, completely in their favor and they fall….
Only one enemy can defeat anyone…
It is Death.
Can your Hero overcome?

Looking for:

Haiku/Senryu/Tanka/Etc up to 10 lines per piece.

Consider including corresponding images with your submissions.

Submission Accepted:
September 16, 2017October 13, 2017

Email Address:
waywardswordsubs@gmail.com

Rights:
After publication all rights return to Creator.

Release:
Slated for October 2017.

Compensation:
Creator receives a printable PDF of the issue where the piece is included, with which the Creator may do as they please (including sell or distribute in print for free).

Optional Inclusion:
A 10-20 word bio, a 300 dpi black and white photo 1.25″ x 1.25″

Subject line:
“The Wayward Sword: Heroes & Death – (Preferred Creator Name)”

Email Body:
Up to 5 pieces

Protips:

no “Roses are Red / Violets are Blue” crap.
Send us your
blood, sweat, tears, shit, mucus,
broken bones, stitched hearts,
brains ripped to shreds,
COMPEL the AUDIENCE!!!!
make the audience care
Swearing is fine if it works in context,
but overuse isn’t edgy, it’s moronic.
Erotica/Nudity is fine,
but gratuitous sex isn’t erotica
it’s just pornography….

plus, if you write fan-fiction,
change the names
of the characters so we don’t get sued.
The only hard/fast rule is:
NO condoning hate speech or nonconsensual abuse….
You can certainly represent these issues in your art,
but condoning these only serve to trigger victims,
not to break open peoples’ minds
so they can grow and overcome.

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