Announcing the TOC for 34 ORCHARD’s Spring 2022 Issue 5!
In wall-bound creatures, leucistic birds, and murderous gardens and forests; in natural disasters and terrifying hauntings; in everywhere from modern-day skyscrapers to the Old West, the upcoming issue of 34 Orchard’s twenty-five artists focus on the things we refuse to see, and what that might mean.
I’m excited to announce 34 Orchard‘s Table of Contents for the Spring 2022, which will be released on April 25—and thanks to several generous donations, this issue is even larger than our last one! We’ve even arranged for an exclusive preview of an upcoming speculative memoir, soon to be available from Thera Books. You won’t want to miss this issue!
Cover Art: Darker Beach: The Five of Cups – Annie Dunn Watson
Mister Skinandbones – Selah Janel
Any Little Spot – Ali Seay
Less Than Twelve Hours After She Is Dead, We Begin To Erase Her – Lynne Schmidt
Showdown at Dark Rock – Douglas Van Hollen
Mollusk Madness – Priscilla Bettis
Yet Another Poem About Birds – Robert Bulman
Gone for Good – M.C. Herrington
Bummin’ to the Beat of the Road – Eric J. Guignard
Cell – Victoria Nordlund
Little Red – Paula Weiman
Day One Hundred and Sixty-Four – Sam Berkeley
Mommy Monster – Elizabeth Falcon
Rereading Auden – David Donna
Floor Five – Die Booth
The Mascot – B.C.G. Jones
Not All There – Ken Craft
Lexie – Kimberly Moore
The Price of Survival – X. Culletto
Chernobyl Spring – David Holper
A Cracked Screen – Alice Avoy
Excerpts from Kinesiophobia – Meghan Guidry
Scrapbook – Kevin Grandfield
What if he remembers? – Judi Calhoun
Around Here Somewhere – Jeff Adams
The issue will be up on the magazine’s Issues page on April 25, 2022.
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