MacroMicroCosm "Bystander" Vol 6 Iss 2

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MacroMicroCosm Lit Journal
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
36 pages Saddle-stitched
Literature & Writing
articles, creative professional, fiction, lit mag, Literary Journal, MacroMicroCosm, SCI-FI

R. L. Arenz III brings us a few examples of change we can enact every day in Bystanders: To Be or Not To Be. He also hits us upside the feels with the second instalment of the Aegis Saga: By-Stand, where Kyle Ross learns the cost of standing aside. We cannot let chaos win. Most of our living has little to do with politics, but more with ethics. We have to reclaim the distinction between the body politic and the ethics of daily living. Our choices in commerce, food consumption, clothing and community standards do not have to go through committee to have a profound effect on the local, national and international. Amirah Al Wassif gives us one more poem in Against the Broiling Sun. Newcomer Tyler W. Burch brings an article on what a planet can add to a creative work. And finally, Sapha Burnell gives a preview chapter of her upcoming science fiction novel Neon Lieben. Hal Grundy gives another look at community in Us Versus Them Can F*ck Off.

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