The November featured content from Mythic Delirium 1.2 is live on our site, with a new story and two new poems offered free to all:
• Sonya Taaffe reveals the truth about William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe in the wry “Anonymity.” Her story has already drawn praise from reviewer Charlotte Ashley in her newest “Clavis Aurea” column at Apex Magazine:
The premises is cute, but the execution is clever: in elaborate, Elizabethan-influenced English, our contemporary reality is barely distinguishable from Shakespeare’s world. … The story is short and holds up to at least a half-dozen re-reads (I can attest), leaving many ways to understand our heroes.
• Our first poem, Alicia Cole’s “Salamander,” shares a totem-laden moment of passion and transformation, while—
• —our second poem, “Otter Script” by Alex Dally MacFarlane, contemplates mystery in an archeological find.
If you don’t want to wait to find out what’s next, you can purchase the complete issue at Amazon or at Weightless Books; or you can acquire the full issue via subscribing, either at Weighless or right here.
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