Surrender the Sasquatch Received Today

“SURRENDER THE SASQUATCH AND NO ONE GETS HURT is the seventh installment of PROSPECTIVE,” the back cover blurb begins.  “Continuing the tradition of blending poetry and fiction with cryptozoology, many of the pieces explore the animalistic traits of man, and a return to the freedom of nature, whether it is retreating to the woods or accepting one’s true SASQUATCH_THUMBNAIL_IMAGEself.”   And there it was, adventuring itself to my mailbox this morning, the latest issue of  PROSPECTIVE:  A JOURNAL OF SPECULATION (see August 22, et al.), noted for its quirky past issues on Angels and Sirens and Cthulhu Love Stories, and other such exotic fare.  This issue has one poem of mine called “A Slice of Cheese,” having to do with a family picnic in the forest — and what was found afterward.

Edited by Lauren Stone, PROSPECTIVE:  A JOURNAL OF SPECULATION is published by Loyal Stone Press and sometimes issues seem hard to find.  For this one, however, as well as guidelines for their winter issue (on the subject of “A Tradition as Old as Kwanzaa”), one need but press here.

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