Bourbon Penn 14

Bourbon Penn Bourbon Penn s devotion to visionary storytelling continues with issue nonhuman species pursuing questionable agendas provoke two minimum wage workers into doubting their own humanity a small town

  • Title: Bourbon Penn 14
  • Author: Erik Secker
  • ISBN: 9781389780721
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bourbon Penn s devotion to visionary storytelling continues with issue 14 nonhuman species pursuing questionable agendas provoke two minimum wage workers into doubting their own humanity a small town fraught with economic despair, where mothers mysteriously die, drives boyhood pals into an emotional quest for meaning through building their own fortress a collegeBourbon Penn s devotion to visionary storytelling continues with issue 14 nonhuman species pursuing questionable agendas provoke two minimum wage workers into doubting their own humanity a small town fraught with economic despair, where mothers mysteriously die, drives boyhood pals into an emotional quest for meaning through building their own fortress a college janitor seeks redemption through confrontation with parallel selves corporate co workers take hyper efficiency into a new brutalism where failure is not an option a wandering girl and her intended rescuer might ve simply run away, or do they wait in cold river mud to reunite with the anguished living For connoisseurs of the liminal whose appetites exceed the offerings of traditional speculative fiction, follow these explorers of existence into landscapes emotional and mysterious return with artifacts stranger than love, but hauntingly intimate.

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    1. Great magazine. Can't wait to read another. The stories were engaging, and well written, the cover art was cool. A cut above (well above) most other fiction magazines. And I love that they have a kindle version. That's a great feature. Most fiction magazines you have to read online. I much prefer a hard copy or a kindle version. I'll be buying another soon.

    2. Bourbon Penn! What a hidden little gem of a magazine. I'm glad I found and you offered a Kindle version of your newest issue. I just wish the cover was better on the digital version: it's tiny! I can't see what everyone's talking about.As for the fiction, wow!! All fairly good fiction, with some pieces that did tone and tonal prose better than plot: "Season of the Hyssop" and "Playing Dead," and others taking perplexing concepts and running with them. Jamie Schultz wrote an outstanding piece, ju [...]

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