Time for another host of great reads for your Friday and weekend, from your pals at Sundog Lit.
Here’s Jennifer A. Howard’s wonderful little sci-fi flash at Ghost Town: HELLO, WORLD.
Always excited for a new issue of The Collapsar. Here’s SDL favorite Robert Kloss with an excerpt from THE WOMAN WHO LIVED AMONGST THE CANNIBALS, OR, THE LONESOME VASTNESS. Also, these 3 poems by Georgia Bellas are lovely.
Ray Shea has new things up all over the place this week. He also has new poems in The Collapsar. And: this meta-essay on writing beauty and his father’s death, over at The Rumpus. He wonders how Joyce would write ICEFALLS, but we think Ray did it beautifully all on his own.
Issue Four contributor Lindsey Gates-Markel has a great new story over at Hobart – A VERY TINY BOWL OF FROSTED FLAKES.
Over at Finery, Nicole Steinberg has a new poem, FAT ANDREA.
Another new favorite on the scene is Squalorly, who also launched a new, fantastic issue this week with work by SDL favorite Casey Hannan, Robert James Russell, and so many more. Here’s Kellie Wells’ Q & I.
W. Todd Kaneko has two new dead wrestler poem over at eleven eleven journal. These are always fantastic. Check them out. Also: we’re always stoked for new Wendy Xu poems.
And, finally, another new piece at the rapidly-incredible Cheap Pop by Charles McLeod: THE PILL BOTTLE.