Harp & Altar #9


Harp & Altar #9 now up! I’ve stepped down as Fiction Editor and want to send many thanks to Keith Newton for the opportunity to work on this great magazine. The new issue has poetry and fiction by Amaranth Borsuk, Tina Brown Celona, Oisín Curran, Kate Dougherty, Farrah Field, Kevin Holden, Gregory Howard, Paul Killebrew, Noelle Kocot, Aubrie Marrin, Jenny Nichols, and Sampson Starkweather. http://www.harpandaltar.com/

One advantage of trading mothers would be that you could have sex with her, your mother who was not really your mother but somebody else’s mother that you had traded with. I imagine this might appeal to some people. It might be an exciting idea to them. On the other hand, it would be equally true that someone, specifically the person you had traded with, could be having sex with your mother, your real mother that you traded away. I understand that this would be upsetting to some people. Although not to others.

from “On Trading Mothers” by Jenny Nichols


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