Fiction by Peter H.Z. Hsu
You were a nice kid. Dad babied you in a way that he didn’t with me. You wanted a kitten; he let you. Your favorite color was pink; no problem.
Things to Do Around a Lookout
Comic by Charlotte Gross
mutants rule new new york
Fiction by Aaron Fox-Lerner
I was heading home with a human I caught for dinner when I ran into Vavar coming up the stairs to our apartment.
Fiction by Susan Heeger
Before starting down the road to motherhood, Dana and June decided to adopt a dog.
The Path to the Future
Fiction by Claire Polders
She gently rocks the man’s body and squeezes his nose. Nothing.
How We Die
Non-fiction by Rena Lesué-Smithey
In seconds, the explosion’s expanding circumference, a squall of dust and radiation, would knock us over and disintegrate our flesh and bones.
Non-fiction by Mike Nagel
I worry about sun blisters. I sit there drinking whisky out of a clear plastic cup, my lips white as soap.
LESSONS ON THE INEXORABLE PULL OF GRAVITY
Fiction by Brandon Barrett
The guy was a personal friend of Rick’s, who’d arranged for us to meet in a diner and gave no instruction beyond “pull out all the stops.”