Seven poems, seven invitations to a richer vocabulary of experience.
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This issue is a limited run of 400 copies, signed and serialized by Amos J. Hunt. The cover was hand printed on an antique letterpress in New Orleans, and the centerfold message-in-a-bottle piece was manually aged and distressed. The issue features poetry by longtime Grackle contributors Monika Cooper, Ben LaVergne, Amos J. Hunt, and Sarah Breisch, and introduces the poetry of Therese Eby. Daniel Hunter Arioli supplied a top notch installment of Misinformation Dissemination, and we secured an exclusive interview with the mysterious and horrible Rictor Jomes.
Art by Charity Hunt
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