Issue 34 – The Deadlands


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Within the intersections of grief, a slave boy meets a mysterious stranger, the city of New York flails in a pandemic, we are become plastic, ghosts come calling at all hours, cremains slip through our fingers, war, the ticking of a clock, eternal war, we court that which we should not, and follow it into the depths of hells we cannot understand.

Issue 34 of The Deadlands contains six stories, four poems, and two pieces of nonfiction.

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Here’s the Table of Contents for Issue 34:

The Slave Boy, by Denzel Xavier Scott (fiction)

When the Sounds of Fallen Patriots Break into the Wind, I Will Play Dead, by Olalekan Daniel Kehinde (poetry)

doorbell dot mov, by Jennifer R. Donohue (fiction)

the golden armor of science, by Dylan Haston (poetry)

I Love Him Artichoke, by Anna-Claire McGrath (fiction)

Etch A Sketch, by Stephanie French (nonfiction)

Ask a Necromancer: Vision and Death, by Amanda Downum (nonfiction)

The City Unsleeping, by Anya Leigh Josephs (fiction)

Carbon Cycle, by Lindsay King-Miller (poetry)

The Weather Man, by Stephen M.A. (fiction)

Intersections of grief, by Diana Dima (poetry)

The Clockmaker, by Marc Joan (fiction)