Overview

Volume three, issue one of the Heavy Feather Review literary journal.

Cover by Eben Kling.

Fiction by Jessica Alexander, Brett Beach, Nathan Blake, Ace Boggess, Michael Chaney, Ryder Collins, Lancaster Cooney, Katy Gunn, Jennifer Lynn Hall, Stefan Kiesbye, Nick Kocz, T.j. Martinson, and Eric Neuenfeldt. Poetry by Priscilla Atkins, Robert Balun, Panika M. C. Dillon, Suzi F. ...
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Heavy Feather Review 3.1

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Overview

Volume three, issue one of the Heavy Feather Review literary journal.

Cover by Eben Kling.

Fiction by Jessica Alexander, Brett Beach, Nathan Blake, Ace Boggess, Michael Chaney, Ryder Collins, Lancaster Cooney, Katy Gunn, Jennifer Lynn Hall, Stefan Kiesbye, Nick Kocz, T.j. Martinson, and Eric Neuenfeldt. Poetry by Priscilla Atkins, Robert Balun, Panika M. C. Dillon, Suzi F. Garcia, Ally Harris, Tim Kahl, W. Todd Kaneko, Ruth Madievsky, Nate Marshall, and Jeffrey Wasserboehr. Creative nonfiction by Ben Hoffman. Art by Andy Kehoe, Eben Kling, and Jon Read. Interview with Dash Shaw.

Praise for Ryder Collins, featured chapbook contest winner:

“‘And so it came to be. & so it came to be that Big Mama squatted and borned us. & we came out squalling and waving sticks.’ This is the way we’re launched into one of the pieces in The way the sky was now, and it’s indicative of the fierce, funny, wild energy that runs through this chapbook full of post-apocalyptic snapshots. I was reminded a little of George Saunders, a little of Lindsay Hunter, but this is something totally new, something real and raw—a really promising voice in this little/big tome. Ryder Collins is adept at so many voices, and especially loves the outsiders. There’s something intensely musical about the collection as well, that gives it at times a folkloric quality that works well in painting a world after the world had ended. In the end, the best compliment I can give is that the book just works—and it draws you in and draws you in, so close that to get burned by these searing pages.” —Amber Sparks, author of May We Shed These Human Bodies
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  • BN ID: 2940148649731
  • Publisher: Baby Eat Books
  • Publication date: 10/22/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 127
  • File size: 6 MB

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