Read Rudi’s story “Detail from a Painting by Hieronymus Bosch” at Behind the Wainscot.

Jonathan Wood’s story “Notes on the Dissection of an Imaginary Beetle” from Electric Velocipede 15/16 is available online.

Trent Walters, poetry editor at A&A, has a chapbook, Learning the Ropes, from Morpo Press.

Ken Brady’s latest story, “Walkers of the Deep Blue Sea and Sky” appears in the Exquisite Corpuscle anthology, edited by Jay Lake and Frank Wu.

An Account of the Last Lucid Moment in the Long, Illustrious, and Most Surprising Life of Albert Hill, Boxer, Composer, Paleontologist, Notorious Flirt, and Respected Statesman, formerly of Cornwall, Staten Island, and the Now Vanished Village of Kalna Yama in the Mountains of Bulgaria, the Title of Which Is Much Longer Than the Actual Text

by Luc Reid

As he died, Albert’s only regret was that he would soon be the subject of this ridiculous story.

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