Trnsfr returns with a big, fat issue of weirdness and wonder. There’s metadata-enhanced glue, hula hoop licking, Keef Richards, and big men named Squeaky. But you might be wondering: are there two chihuahuas tearing apart Emperor Zurg, crying-as-involuntary-prayer, and nine wigs in a Mason jar (+ ants)? Rejoice, Reader— there is! As well as driving like a fucking idiot, being the right kind of injured, and the Top Ten Hottest Grandmistresses!
Fiction by Elaine Castillo, Stephen Dixon, Luke Goebel, Katy Gunn, Carissa Halston, Paul Maliszewski & James Wagner, Brooks Sterritt, and Tom Williams Poetry by Diana Arterian, Lightsey Darst, Ashley Farmer, Amy King, Michael Sikkema, Parker Tettleton, TC Tolbert, Jen Tynes, and Sara Woods Art: Cover illustration by Jac Jemc; inner cover drawings by Matt Elliott; interior artwork by Michael Assiff Plus a riso-printed poster by Swedish artist Ekta and
a packet of mini art prints by A.r. Wieczorek
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—AD Jameson, author of Giant Slugs