The Washing Machine (a poem)
Poetry from Birdtown Comics.
The Ghastly Impermanence: Thick Description — The Last High King of Ireland
Thoughts on language, and the bad advice of teachers. Omar Willey listens.
Long time since there’s been trouble
That’s what the Sunday Comix say
I told the new man when I
Sold the farm today
Fiction from Ruby Xuequn Pan.
The Ghastly Impermanence: Radio Silence, Observe
Omar Willey resumes his thoughts on radio drama.
The Birth of Lovely Veronica
Poetry by Andreas Gripp.
It’s never easy to run on a desert
But nothing in this world has right to bring you down
No matter where you go, what you do Sunday Comics be on your side
Promise me that you’ll do the same
Authentically, Intentionally, Energy-Cognizant, and No Bullshit: Eric Reed Plays the Song of Himself
Andrew Hamlin talks to pianist Eric Reed about being a queer son of a preacher man jazz cat.
Encounters with Anonymous: Heterodoxy
Omar Willey travels to a time of cigarettes and bloomers.
Seeding the night at the eagle’s parlor,
a flash permabrand, flip for the dollar,
caress surreal, a heart and flying skull
lettered “Sunday Comics” pass quickly
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