Wednesday, November 8, 2017

November/December rez Posted

Read the November/December of rez in Issuu:

In keeping with rez tradition, we’re combining the November and December issues into a single “holiday” issue to give our tireless staff a much needed break. But that just means that this issue is that much better. Art Blue is up to his old tricks again with his tribute to Blade Runner, Rawsand.  It’s so hard to keep up with Art’s imaginative vision, but we all know by now that his futuristic world is both fascinating and thought provoking. Cat Boccaccio, who is known for her economy of words with her incomparable micro-fiction, stretches out a little bit this month with Rescue, where she tells a story of an excruciatingly awkward family gathering. Speaking of brevity, Monsters, by RoseDrop Rust, is undoubtedly the shortest piece of fiction ever to appear in rez, but believe me, it packs a punch. Long time contributor, Consuela Hypatia Caldwell, offers us Empty Night, one of her finest poems to date, a pensive piece about quite desperation.  We are happy to feature a lovely piece by Trinana Peach, titled Landscape of a Memory, a brooding poem about remembrances of things past. Our phenomenally talented Jullianna Juliesse gives us an achingly thoughtful reflection about endings and new beginnings with Finally Free.  And lastly, RoseDrop Rust composes an enigmatic message for the always nonjudgmental answering machine in Violent Means.  On behalf of the entire rez staff, we wish you joyful holidays filled with love and laughter. We’ll see you next year!

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