The Doorbell Rang
Or at least, I think it did. It might've been a dream. But I could hear the almost-silent reverberations resonating throughout the house, like an afterimage, except it was an aftersound.
Passages North, no. 39Cover art by Zach Stuef
You know the body of your house like your own anatomy, you have sleepwalked through the moonlit rooms naked and not stubbed a toe.Dream Pop Journal - Issue 2Cover art by Sarah Lyn Rogers
The Hangman walks to the convenience store. Here he comes now, slowly, slowly.
Big Muddy - 17.2Cover art by Aimee Bungard
The Alchemist's Teeth
The Alchemist drinks ten bottles of soda a day. Ten bottles in big fizzy gulps.The Pinch Fall 2017 (37.2)First runner-up in fiction in 2017 Pinch Literary Awards
The sleep specialist enters soundlessly. She is an angular woman, whose glasses and movements give her the appearance of a mantis. He can’t take his eyes off her.
Madcap Review - Issue 6
We pretend to be anything but cowboys. All our lives we've been the sons of cowboys, the outlaws, the doomed ones.Territory - Issue III - Arizona
Green Arrow #21 takes the convention of intertwined plots and splits it in two.
In the space of 22 pages, U.S.Avengers pays homage to and makes fun of the never-ending stream of superhero crossover events.
In part 4 of the Kang War, Avengers does away with certain structural and stylistic comic conventions in order to better examine the mind of its title villain.
The Wicked + The Divine #23 takes on a radically new form that demands readers acknowledge it.
How Deathstroke #4 builds up the big reveal of its special guest star.
A look at the discordant harmony between words and images in Vision #11.