This is the most interstitial volume of the innovative magazine to date. From the composite front photograph of a scarecrow emerging from a New York subway station (the G line) into a lonely pumpkin field to Susannah Mandel’s surreal page entitled “Metamorphic Megafauna” (which so defies description, it doesn’t even appear in the Table of Contents), this issue ranges widely through genres and your brain. There’s a poem titled in “Greek” by Sonya Taaffe, a lovely bent historical/horror/revenge story by Genevieve Valentine, a moving and subtle tale of mothers and daughters by K. Tempest Bradford, and a bunch of other strong stories and poems, each with suggested soundtrack and apposite illustration. Most interstitial of all are the occasional little paragraphs scattered throughout the issue in random blank spaces that seem to be messages from Sybil to Issue 5. Could be twee, but is absolutely mysterious and, well, cool.
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