A Letter From The Editor
2012/10/27 § Leave a Comment
It’s autumn now in the forest outside Portland, Oregon, which means it’s winter. Until July.
I’m cozying up with the great works in this issue of Unshod Quills. The sixth issue. That’s right. That’s how I will stay warm for the night, anyway, in my woodsy bed. Featured artists Evan B. Harris and Matthew Wong are in here, along with featured writer Miles Klee and featured poet Tammy Ho Lai-Ming. By in here, I mean in Unshod Quills, clearly. Not in my woodsy bed.
We are also happy to have a special feature: The People’s Apocalypse is an anthology edited by Ariel Gore and Jenny Forrester. Disclosure: I have a poem in the book. Disclosure: the special feature has some great writing sent by contributors to the project’s Kickstarter fund. Disclosure: I love the way UQ contributor and PA Kickstarter backer Golda Dwass writes.
Disclosure: if I ever unbecome an editor, I will miss making up words and writing like we have tapeworms. If you don’t get that, please make an appointment with Mark Twain.
Thank you for your patronage and for your participation. Thank you. Thank you.
Welcome back, and enjoy the show.
Dena Rash Guzman