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 GRAPHIC + other MEDIA

Kas-Kis-Meh-Tong

Garrett D. Geist

multimedia

"We each sat lotus on a long, truck-sized chip of moonstone as I lit a yellow cheroot of yewberry and pyric stems. I blew up a puff and asked again what the melee we had seen had meant."

Images of a Dallas Protest

Jeremy Gilliam

photography

Hindsight Magazine recognizes the need for racial justice in America and beyond, and proudly supports the Black Lives Matter movement. 

Ephemera & Hieroglyphs

Thoele Sarradet

graphic

"1950's washing machine has been given sentience, yet remains immobile, contemplating its own futility."

STORIES

In the Foreign Country

Garrett D. Geist

story

"No one drinks water in the foreign country. At least not publicly. Some sniff at lakes or puddles, make cupping motions with lambent hands."

Housebreaker

Franz Nicolay

story

"The housebreaker had a rattish charm. He’d been a bad student, I thought. I still had the teacher’s eye: scan the room and see who’s going to be trouble. I opened the door to the basement stairs, pulled the dusty beaded chain that lit the bulb, and there he was, just looking at me."

Piano Down

Joseph Michaels

story

"The older woman, her piano instructor, had strange habits which grew in number and deepened during their time together, small quirks of the hand or eyes, and something she did with her silvering hair; she tore at it, chewed it..."

Treasure? What Treasure?

Benny Morduchowitz

story

"four these traverse rooms or   not rooms     details might come might not       their series chambers they know   contain traps treasures"

His Likeness

Liza St. James

story

"We agreed to sell his likeness to any and all interested parties, provided they maintain his likeness’s upkeep. This, to us, was key."

BOOK REVIEWS

My Favorite Girlfriend Was a French Bulldog

Legna Rodríguez Iglesias

reviewed by

John McConnell

"... as varied as these stories can be in formal and genre conceits (there are transformations, ghosts, mystics, androids), the sense of a conversation taking place between them, and an urgent one, remains."

Works

Grant Maierhofer

reviewed by

Joseph Michaels

"It’s tempting to view Maierhofer’s story as prankish: turning one of the most celebrated pieces of American fiction into an at-times quite gruesome serial killer narrative, but the texture of the prose overall isn’t callous, and there are a number of moments in the story which could even be called moving, with this poignancy a direct result of Maierhofer’s manipulation of his references, each one of them in some way or another a kind of dead form. After all, Jim Morrison hardly retains his power as a poet when the music goes away and you turn fourteen."

Yours, Jean

Lee Martin

reviewed by

Joseph Michaels

"A million versions of this type of scene exist, but very few of them possess this level of restraint (as rare as a New York writer content not to call by name the streets and avenues which appear in his fiction)..."

Grace for Grace

Steve De Jarnatt

reviewed by

Joseph Michaels

"...the very shifting of tectonic plates turns a low-lying island into high ground and the seafloor into a post-apocalyptic warzone, the setting for a bizarre romance between a former Vogue model and a whale..."

Keeping Time

Thomas Legendre

reviewed by

John McConnell

"...Legendre, perhaps recognizing that the more you explain absurdity, the more absurd it seems, manages the moment by moving fast. Guess what, reader? Hubby’s got a time portal..."

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