Jersey Devil Pressed until the blood squeezed out

the birds 2It’s that time again, folks: Jersey Devil Press‘s new issue is out and in your face. And just in case you were getting comfortable with the level of awesomeness our writers bring to us, we’ve got a few surprises in store for you. In addition to the requisite killer turkeys and absurdist superheroes and drunk Brits discussing bread vans with their heads in a fish tank (seriously, we have a story about that), we also have a poignant view of PTSD, a clever commentary on nuclear war, and our first-ever poem.

That’s right. A poem. (Stay tuned this summer, gang — we’ve got more where that came from!)

And in what is a particularly eerie case of soothsaying, we’ve wound up publishing a story about pervasive government overreach and drone warfare in America even though we had no idea when we accepted it how àpropos a story like that would be this month.

(Or, maybe we did know. We editors are wizards, after all.)

Anyway, enjoy the June issue of Jersey Devil Press! And then wipe your hard drive before Big Brother finds out what you’ve been reading….

Published by Samuel Snoek-Brown

I write fiction and teach college writing and literature. I'm the author of the story collection There Is No Other Way to Worship Them, the novel Hagridden, and the flash fiction chapbooks Box Cutters and Where There Is Ruin.

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