Rabble Lit Issue 3/ Nothing Kills a Blackberry Bramble

 

“Ours is only a little power, seems like, next to theirs,” Moss said. “But it goes down deep. It’s all roots. It’s like an old blackberry thicket. And a wizard’s power’s like a fir tree, maybe, great and tall and grand, but it’ll blow right down in a storm. Nothing kills a blackberry bramble.” 

― Ursula K. Le Guin, Tehanu

 

 

RABBLE LIT ISSUE 3

SPRING 2018

NOTHING KILLS A BLACKBERRY BRAMBLE

CONTENTS

 

FICTION:

17:30 by Mary Breaden

Undercurrent by Joseph Allen Costa

 

NONFICTION:

Blue Sky Freedom by Margaret Elysia Garcia

On the ASA and JD Vance by Ivy Brashear

The GOP Tax Cuts Still Suck by Katie Anderson

 

CREATIVE NONFICTION/ HYBRID:

Infestation by Justin Longacre

 

POETRY:

Two Poems by William James

Three Poems by Kay Billie Oakes

Chances and Paydays by Dale Marie Prenatt

In five years I’ll be forty by Michael Seymour Blake

ART:

Featured Artist Michael Mau

 

REVIEWS & INTERVIEWS:

Our Lady of North Florida Noir: Steph Post

Poor Talk! with Elizabeth Catte and Misty Skaggs

 

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Issue 3 Cover Images: Creative Commons, Public Domain, modified.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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