34 ORCHARD ISSUE 7 HAS BURST ONTO THE SCENE!
IT’S RELEASE DAY!! I’m thrilled to announce that 34 Orchard ISSUE 7 is here! Heralding the coming of spring and the concept of the fresh start, Issue 7 has another winner from Nigeria’s Ernest O. Ògúnyẹmí (Issue 1’s “Christmas Chicken,” about which we STILL get mail!) and a few other 34O alums, as well as work by others familiar and brand-new.
Plunging into the visceral rip tides of lost love, medieval history, personal agency, folklore, witchcraft, grief, motherhood, and so much more—and rendered in everything from magical realism to soft science fiction, horror, and literary—there’s something for every taste!
Get your free copy here: https://34orchard.com/issue-7/
Once again, our ToC:
Cover Art: Optic Nerve – Page Sonnet Sullivan
An Old Romantic – Mark Towse
Little Monster – Elin Olausson
The Doe – Brandon McQuade
Wildfire – Alexandra Provins
The Flute – Ernest O. Ògúnyẹmí
The Perimeter of Others – Marie-Andrée Auclair
Simulacrum Vehemens – Remo Macartney
Twenty Birthdays with You – Karen Cline-Tardiff
Penelope Learns to Weave a Double Helix – Shelly Jones
The Squealing – McLeod Logue
Where’s Lucy? – W.T. Paterson
The Procedure – Jeff Adams
poisoned earth – Corey Niles
There Is No Tomorrow – David H. West
The Triple G – Gregory Jeffers
I Once Worked There – Christian Hanz Lozada
The Last Day – Elaine Pascale
The Choice – Jenna Moquin
With the Turbulent Flow … – Angi Shearstone
The Shrine of Saint Amandus – Rex Burrows
How to Make a Vase – Kieran Thompson
Posted on April 25, 2023, in 34 Orchard, Horror Stories, Short Stories and tagged 34 Orchard Spring 2023 Issue, Alexandra Provins, Angi Shearstone, Brandon McQuade, Christian Hanz Lozada, Corey Niles, dark fiction, dark literary fiction, dark poetry, David H. West, Elaine Pascale, Elin Olausson, Ernest O. Ògúnyemí, Gregory Jeffers, Jeff Adams, Jenna Moquin, Karen Cline-Tardiff, Kieran Thompson, Marie-Andrée Auclair, Mark Towse, McLeod Logue, Page Sonnet Sullivan, Remo Macartney, Rex Burrows, Shelly Jones, Spring 2023 issue, W.T. Paterson. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.