Defenestration: June 2009

Jun 20th, 2009 | By | Category: Editorials

Welcome to the June 2009 issue of Defenestration, also known as “VI.VIII,” also known as “Poetry and Prose and Zombies.” Or something like that. There is definitely poetry, there is definitely prose, and there are definitely zombies. Not everywhere, mind you, but rather sprinkled here and there like chocolate chips atop a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

We’re still looking for good humorous fantasy fiction. The plan right now is to make August our fantasy issue. We’ve been getting a lot of great submissions, but we need more! The deadline for humorous fantasy stories/articles/poems/artwork to be considered for the August issue is August 5th. Let us know it’s a fantasy submission in your email.

Of course, we’ll still be taking your non-fantasy submissions as well.

We’re also looking for humorous science fiction for our winter issues. So send those our way, too!

But enough about the future. Let’s talk about right now. We’ve got a great issue this month: poetry by Clay Carpenter and Ross Lesse; prose by Dietrich Kalteis, Jon Alan Carroll, Samuel K., Greg Gerke, and M.J. Nicholls; and a new Defenestrati strip by Eddie Grant. You’ll love it.

—Andrew Kaye, editor-in-chief

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