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Rusty’s Reading List 2018 | September 17, 2018

Room 41-2

 

It is funny but when I read periodicals that include poetry and short stories and essays, it is invariably one of the non-poetry features that stands out to me, despite the fact that I am HERE for the poetry.
It is probably because I read less of them.
Regardless, I strongly recommend that you pick up this issue for two stories.

The first is called 504 by Amy Oldfield. It was an incredibly visceral ending. It was both predictable and jarring, if that is possible. Strong writing.

The second is called Nameless Stones by Ava Homa. It is completely unrelateable for ME, which is important why it be read. Actually, that goes for both stories.

 

Books Read in 2018

Room #41.2
ARC Poetry Magazine #86
Akira Collection 4 – Katsuhiro Otomo
Akira Collection 3 – Katsuhiro Otomo
The Spoken Word Revolution Redux – ed/ by Mark Eleveld
It’s still winter – rob mclennan
Regeneration Machine – Joe Denham
Life after Cancer Treatment – Canadian Cancer Society
Diversions – George Murray
Geist #107
Akira Collection 2 – Katsuhiro Otomo
Akira Collection 1 – Katsuhiro Otomo
Age of Bronze: A Thousand Ships – Eric Shanower
Secret Path – Good Downie & Jeff Lemire
Absolute Sandman Vol. 4 – Neil Gaiman and others
Absolute Sandman Vol. 3 – Neil Gaiman and others
ARC Poetry Magazine #85
Absolute Sandman Vol. 2 – Neil Gaiman and others
The Collected Poems of William Hawkins – William Hawkins
Touch the Donkey #16
The New Quarterly #144
Absolute Sandman Vol. 1 – Neil Gaiman and others
Autonomous – Annalee Newitz
The Malahat Review #200
Fables Vol. 5 – The Mean Seasons (Willingham / Buckingham / Leialoha / Akina / Palmiotti)
Fables Vol. 4 – March of the Wooden Soldiers (Willingham / Buckingham / Hamilton / Leioloha / Russell)
Fables Vol. 3 – Storybook Love (Willingham / Buckingham / Leialoha)
Fables Vol. 2 – Animal Farm (Willingham / Buckingham / Leialoha)
Fables Vol. 1 – Legends in Exile (Willingham / Medina / Leiaoha / Hamilton)

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