The following are available to review or for other forms of coverage:



And So We Die Having First Slept by Jennifer Spiegel

Gristle by Jordan A. Rothacker

Museum of Stones by Lynn Lurie

Temper CA by Paul Skenazy

Life During Wartime by Katie Rogin

Great American Desert by Terese Svoboda

Portrait of Sebastian Khan by Aatif Rashid

My Stunt Double by Trevor Denton

Shelf Life of Happiness by Virginia Pye

River of Love by Aimée Medina Carr

Survival House by Wendell Mayo

Tonic and Balm by Stephanie Allen

Subterranean by Sarah Colombo

The Wonder That Was Ours by Alice Hatcher



We Have Been Lucky in the Midst of Misfortune by Sarah Stern

Sheet Music by Marina Blitshteyn

if this is paradise why are we still driving? by Brendan Lorber

The Owl Was a Baker’s Daughter by Gillian Cummings

Disappearing, Inc. by Brandon Amico

Bad Harvest by Dzvinia Orlowsky

When the Bird Is Not a Human by HR Hegnauer

Instant Killer Wig by Dan Kaplan

Babeldom by Talal Alyan

The Tenant of Fire by Ryan Black

Yellow Moving Man by Ron Koertge

Sidebend World by Charles Harper Webb

Plasma by Bradley Paul

Once I Was Many Other Things by Jessie Knoles

Three Syllables Describing Addiction by Kate Daniels

Season of Dares by Leah Silvieus

Séance in Daylight by Yuki Tanaka

And God Created Women by Connie Voisine

The Bitter Map by Crystal Boson

Oracle: A Cosmology by Mahogany Browne



And It Begins Like This by LaTanya McQueen

Phantom Signs: The Muse in Universe City by Philip Brady

Death Valley Superstars by Duke Haney

Time’s Up by Robert Cobat

Everything Lost Is Found Again by Will McGrath



When I Arrived at the Castle by Emily Carroll

Lunch Quest by Chris Kuzma

A Children’s Book of Demons by Aaron Leighton

One Dirty Tree by Noah Van Scriver

House of the Black Spot by Ben Sears

A House in the Jungle by Nathan Gelgud

Roaming Foilage by Patrick Kyle

Chlorine Gardens by Keiler Roberts

Evie and the Truth about Witches by John Martz

Ghost Queen by Britt Wilson


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