Plague | Issue One

April 2018

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Cult of Breakfast
Through Sand

Tiffany Sciacca

Jen Rouse

I slice the pear
when they’re not
looking, while he
runs numbers,
               and she
hangs laundry
I have thought about this in advance. I am hopeful there will be a small cat in one of the drawers. I have already chosen it in my head—days ago. She likes cats, evidenced by the leopard leggings, the Tournée du Chat Noir poster I stare at week after week, the framed Siamese lovelies in the family-photo area. This therapist of mine—Jane of the cat temperament.
   
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Anguilla Avoids Mutant
Achlys

Denny E. Marshall

Jenna Post

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Robert Beveridge


Robert Beveridge makes noise on Bandcamp and writes poetry in Akron, Ohio, USA. Recent / upcoming appearances in The Nixes Mate Review, Violet Rising, and The Road Less Travelled , among others.

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