Defenestration: October 2009

Oct 20th, 2009 | By | Category: Editorials

Welcome to the October 2009 issue of Defenestration!

Within a couple weeks, it will be Halloween, meaning Haratron can finally wear that human costume-the one he swears isn’t made from real human flesh but has raised more than a few eyebrows around the office. Personally, I find it’s better not to ask. He gets touchy. And touchy with mechanical claws? Never any fun.

This month is our last month of “regular” content (if anything that appears here can be called regular). It’s also a little fatter than usual. We have poems by Casey FitsSimons, Doug Draime, and Mark Cunningham, as well as prose by CJ Hallman, Deborah Gottner, John Frank Weaver, Pavelle Wesser, Lydia Fazio Theys, and Leland Thoburn. We hope you enjoy it!

November and December will feature nothing but science fiction. Why? Because we feel like it. And because we like lasers and time machines and alien motherships. And because a sentient robot runs our PR department. Keep those sci-fi submissions coming!

That’s all for now. Big news, you say? I assure you I don’t know what you’re talking about. And if I did, I would certainly wait until next month to tell you. It’s our birthday, after all.

—Andrew Kaye, editor-in-chief

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