Volume 2 Number 3
Summer is hot, and so is our brief but steamy micro-issue. Simmering in our midsummer stew are passion, caprice, murder, betrayal, and the dream-filled struggle of anima and animus.
Elizabeth Barrette's poem moans in an exhuberant way over a seldom regarded sex symbol that possesses an erotic force of nature.
Anthony Miller's inaugural piece of surprising flash fiction asks what a traditional fairy tale would look like if the roles of the sexes were updated.
Julian Lamarck's dark poem is sure to make you shiver and, strangely, want more. Illustrated by Mike "Warble" Finucane, Lamarck's verse examines the connection of sexuality and self.
Joseph P. Farrell presentes the Third Mosaic Soliloquy, Charlemagne, on his Hatred for Pope Leo the Third, to the Monk Smaragdus. Talk about hot! This king is positively furious. If you have not yet caught the earlier installments, read #1 and #2.
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