Defenestration: August 2012

Aug 20th, 2012 | By | Category: Archives, Editorials, Featured

Hello there, friends (and probably relatives), welcome to the August 2012 issue of Defenestration!

You’ll no doubt notice that this issue is short. Not short on content: we have five short stories and seven poems for you to enjoy this month. However, each of the short stories are flash fiction pieces. We didn’t really plan it out that way, but I don’t think you’ll mind. Characters included this month include a lovesick pharmacist, a digital daughter, a naked revolutionary, and a disillusioned science fiction writer. See for yourself! All the stories and poems can be found in the links below, or read together in the downloadable PDF copy.

I should add that this month’s issue contains strong language and sexual themes. That will probably just make you want to read it more, but I figured I should warn you all the same, so you’re not shocked and embarrassed. I can see you blushing already. Good. Get it out of your system now.

Some interesting stuff on the horizon. One being a complete site redesign in the coming months, so you all can look forward to that. Also, the December 2012 issue of Defenestration will be our next publication, and our reading period has begun. So get to it!

—Andrew Kaye, Editor-in-Chief

Jocko Benoit, “A Pharmacist In Love”
Daniel Ari, “Fascinations”
Christopher Oie Keller, “Stumbling along a Road”
Christine Tsen, “Symphonymphony”
Jennifer Recchio, Three Poems

Short Stories:
Julie Minicozzi, “Hunting Andrews”
A@ron What, “Lettuce”
Rion Amilcar Scott, “The Urban Surfboardâ„¢”
Daniel Clausen, “Sal and the Revolution”
Kevin Dickinson, “Science Fiction”

Downloadable Copy:

Defenestration, August 2012

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