Rabble Lit Issue 2/ A New Poetry

 

“The same people who are murdered slowly in the mechanized slaughterhouses of work are also arguing, singing, drinking, dancing, making love, holding the streets, picking up weapons and inventing a new poetry.” 

-Raoul Vaneigem

From all of your comrades at Rabble Lit:

Keep loving. Keep fighting.

May you have a new year of inventing a new poetry.

ISSUE 2 CONTENTS

 

POETRY:

Charlottesville by Alice Beecher

POETRY:

Project Semicolon by Patrick J. Derilus

FICTION:

New Cybernetics by J.L. Bogenschneider

INTERVIEW:

Leesa Cross-Smith

POETRY:

Two Poems by Luisa Black

NONFIC:

Resumé by Sarah Pape

NONFIC:

You Can’t Put That In There by Erin Langley

FEATURED ARTIST:

Ron Davis

POETRY:

Ostara, 2016 by Bri Mellott

FICTION:

Every Fairy Tale Starts With a Dead Mother by Anna Lea Jancewicz

FICTION:

Cooper Will Be Dead Soon by Zachary Davis

POETRY:

Spoils of War by Beth Gordon

POETRY:

Squeeze by Joshua Stewart

POETRY:

Plants by Chance Dibben

FICTION:

The Workhorse by Lucy Crowe

NONFIC:

Wardrobe by Meg Weber

POETRY:

These Hollers Have Teeth by Gordon Taulbee

NONFIC:

Finding Larry Brown by Steve Lambert

FICTION:

Swing Shift, Two to Ten by Jill Adams

 

Issue Two Cover Image: Creative Commons, photo by Liz West.

 

 

 

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