Mythic Delirium 28

Sofia Samatar et al.

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Our 28th issue opens with editor Mike Allen discussing the journal’s upcoming transition to digital format, and follows with 21 one new speculative works in verse, with Sofia Samatar updating Persephone, Jeannine Hall Gailey writing of feral princesses, Sonya Taaffe imagining the team-up of Rudyard Kipling and Benjamin Britten, Neile Graham contemplating The Green Green Rain, Caitlyn Paxson sharing the dark ballad of Rare Annie, debut author Andrew Gilstrap describing The Last Siren, David Sandner spelling out the woes of revising horror, and more.

Contents

  • Editorial: Myths and Delusions
  • The Theatre Golems by Dominik Parisien
  • Mice by Beth Cato
  • The Nostalgia of Roads by Alexandra Seidel
  • Wheels by Adele Gardner
  • The Motor Prayer by Donald Raymond
  • The Princess Becomes a Prophet by Jeannine Hall Gailey
  • Gleaming by Mari Ness
  • The Beast by Rachel Manija Brown
  • skin by Lynn Hardaker
  • Circe in Manhattan by Wendy Howe
  • Persephone Set Free by Sofia Samatar
  • Rare Annie by Caitlyn Paxson
  • How to Bring Your Dead Lover Back by KL Pereira
  • Día de los Muertos by F.J. Bergmann
  • The Green Green Rain by The Green Green Rain
  • Doomcall by Alistair Rennie
  • The Ceremony of Innocence by Sonya Taaffe
  • Maud Gonne, After by Alicia Cole
  • The Serpent Explains the Nature of Tricksters to His Wife by Ruthanna Emrys
  • The Last Siren by Andrew Gilstrap
  • Revising Horror (The Wrong Mouth) by David SandnerIllustrations by Paula Friedlander, Don Eaves and Terrence Mollendor

    Cover art and design by Tim Mullins

     

     


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