Milkfist #1

Milkfist A compendium of art and writing for stammering low lifes who barely know what year it is Fiction poetry by Dean James Beckwith S L Bickley Bruce Boston Paul Tolliver Brown Jim Davis Laurin DeChae

  • Title: Milkfist #1
  • Author: Ian Kappos Jonathan Anthony Nathan Derek Tollefson Natalie Armstrong Dean James Beckwith Kelsey Irving Beson S.L. Bickley Amy Bush
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Paperback
  • A compendium of art and writing for stammering low lifes who barely know what year it is.Fiction poetry by Dean James Beckwith, S.L Bickley, Bruce Boston, Paul Tolliver Brown, Jim Davis, Laurin DeChae, Susan DeFreitas, Matt Dennison, Zacc Dukowitz, Slippery Elm, Josh Fernandez, Carl Fuerst, Rob Hartzell, Kevin Heaton, Jessie Janeshek, Terence Kuch, Tim Lieder, SeanA compendium of art and writing for stammering low lifes who barely know what year it is.Fiction poetry by Dean James Beckwith, S.L Bickley, Bruce Boston, Paul Tolliver Brown, Jim Davis, Laurin DeChae, Susan DeFreitas, Matt Dennison, Zacc Dukowitz, Slippery Elm, Josh Fernandez, Carl Fuerst, Rob Hartzell, Kevin Heaton, Jessie Janeshek, Terence Kuch, Tim Lieder, Sean William Lynch, Don Malkemes, Richard King Perkins II, Tom Pescatore, Chuck Regan, Bryce Warnes, Gordon White, Ian C Williams, Luke WortleyArt by Natalie Armstrong, Gary Bloom, Amy Bush, Cristian Catanescu, Benjamin DeVos, Anthony Hall, Joanna Hoge, Edison Ilan, Letizia Iman, Zara Kand, Elias Kuhlmann, Deanna Lamy, Paul Lapusan, Heidi McKinley, Kitty Oberly, Anton Oliar, Dana Pomeroy, Grant Rich, Emma SwalesNonfiction Calculated Entropy by Anthony Siino a review of Full of Hell and Merzbow s collaborative album Full of Hell Merzbow Consider This Scab Already Picked an interview with Justin Pearson musician The Locust, Retox, Head Wound City, others Marrickville 2204 by Emma Rose Smih an exploration of DIY communal living culture in Sydney, Australia She Was More Than a Woman She Was a Masterpiece by Kelsey Irving Beson a review of Brendan Connell s novel Miss Homicide Plays the Flute Illuminating Independence Hall s Backyard Burial Ground by Sean William Lynch a review of Lamont B Steptoe s poetry collection Meditations in Congo Square

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    1. Let me preface this review by stating that the editors of this magazine rejected my own submissionOkay. Where to begin? How about a quote from Justin Pearson, as taken from the magazine's interview--"But you can also get someone to think by disorienting them."And that, dear readers, is the kind of bizarre complexity that Milkfist offers. Prepare--in the best damn possible way--to be totally f*&!ing disoriented. With this debut issue, editors Ian Kappos and Derek Tollefson should be profoundl [...]

    2. Like an octopus, Milkfist is bound to grasp you with one of its tentacles and suction your mind until it's bruised. The fiction is palpable, humorous, and inventive. The non-fiction is told from an enigmatic perspective with piquant details. The poetry is enlivening. The art is complimentary and strong in tone. This first issue of Milkfist is a curation of unique voices aptly selected by the editors to pave way for authors of the slipstream genre, envisioning and providing for them a suitable pl [...]

    3. I loved pretty much everything in this journal, and I can't remember the last time I said that. An excellent compendium of high-quality lit that falls outside the tastes of both the literary establishment and mainstream American culture.

    4. I read "Marrickville 2004" and thought it was great, but otherwise didn't really read the nonfiction pieces past a paragraph or two. It was stuff I had no context for usually, and I was interested more in the fiction/poetry more anyway.The poems I liked the most were "To Wear Disease Around Your Neck," "Insect World," and "Good Mother Vegas." I enjoyed most of the other poems but I don't really know what to think about poetry most the time, so I don't have much to say on that. I thought "Doing G [...]

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