Announcing 34 ORCHARD’S Autumn 2020 Table of Contents!
It’s been an interesting journey this time around, but I’m thrilled to announce the Table of Contents for 34 Orchard’s sophomore issue—coming to the magazine’s website here on November 10!
In this issue, twenty-one artists from everywhere burn worlds to the ground in terrifyingly beautiful ways, featuring the following art, fiction and poetry:
In the Witch House — Chris Campeau
fairy ring — Clay McLeod Chapman
I Tell the Moon — Carol Despeaux Fawcett
Phantom Touch — Amar Benchikha
You Do the Hokey Pokey — Jay Abramowitz
Not Your Kid — Juleigh Howard-Hobson
Fish — Corin Scher
Seven Vignettes about Rats (Creative Nonfiction) — Kali Meister
A Plastic Life — Desirae Terrien
The Jet Black Knight — Lorna Wood
Extinction — Page Sullivan
Polka Dot — MK Roney
A Walk to the Pond — Elizabeth J. Coleman
Loose Ends — C.M. Saunders
Amy’s Game — Liam Hogan
Every Piece (is Sacred) — Hunter Liguore
No Regrets in New Jerusalem — Kaitlyn Downing
Carrion — Ellen Andersen
Staying Inside — Brandon Kawashima
Cactusland — R.A. Busby
Cover Art: Burning the Bitch’s Fence – Billy Bradshaw
You’ll be able to download your copy from 34 Orchard’s Issue Page here on Tuesday, November 10. Don’t forget the donate button! Our issues are always free of charge, but if you’d like to help us out—especially during these crazy times—we’d love it. We pay our artists $50 per piece, and that largely comes out of our pockets. Help us keep great art in the world—and give everyone a chance to escape to 34 Orchard.
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