Art BrutBy Carlos Fonseca Suárez
He probably hadn’t reached the age of thirty yet, but in the photograph that accompanies the letter he already has what I would later come to know as his unmistakable gaze: the eyes suspended between distraction and obsession, floating atop reddish cheekbones as if they had been put there by accident.
Christmas at the Boarding SchoolBy Dominique Fabre, translated from the French by Michael Z. Wise
This is an old story, a school story. I was in the third row and he was in the second, near the entrance. He had arrived in September and sometimes, when he wasn’t busy listening in class, sharpening a pencil or writing an assignment, he looked around looking a bit lost, as if he’d just gotten off an airplane and didn’t know where he was.
inSerial: part fourteen
By Lewis Warsh
Delusions of Being Observed
Now he says he’s almost finished with his book about Hannah Arendt and Martin Heidegger, but I don’t know whether to believe him. He seems to be drinking more, a combination of wine, beer and bourbon passing out on the couch before we even get into bed.
from Palace of RubbleBy Kyra Simone
The orange glow of a burning forest drifts toward them from the distance, as they fall through the clouds to a frozen frontier. Just weeks ago they were only boys throwing their hats up in a rejoicing crowd, planes and fireworks shooting above them, bursting through the air like phoenixes freed from books.
New Routes in Fiction:
David Coventry with Alec Niedenthal
David Coventry’s masterful The Invisible Mile is, on its face, a novel about cycling. It’s about the 1928 Tour de France, when an English-speaking team participated for the first time, a peloton from New Zealand.
from SataniaBy Kerascoet and Fabien Vehlmann
Charlotte aka Charlie a pretty redhead, sets up an expedition to find her brother. The young scientist, who disappeared underground several months ago, claimed to everyone's astonishment to be able to prove the existence of Hell by using Darwin's theory of evolution!
Absurd Things That Happened You Might Have Forgotten!By Joshua Daniel
JOSHUA DANIEL is a new york-based cartoonist and illustrator. He makes noir comics, political comics, boardgames, and DnD characters. You can also visit his website for commissions and other things, www.thenoirguy.com, and also check out more political comics at thenoirguy.itch.io
Carmel, California—1992By Tom Daly
Both TOM DALY and the modern Maraschino cherry hail from the same beautiful, small town in the heart of Oregon's Willamette Valley. Both ventured out of the valley, Mr. Daly going on to New York to study art and the cherry going on to pretty much every bar on the planet. More of his work can be seen at TomDalyArt on Instagram, TomDalyArt.com and http://tomdalyart.tumblr.com/