MacroMicroCosm Astral Volume 7 Issue 4

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MacroMicroCosm Lit Journal
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
36 pages Saddle-stitched
Literature & Writing
CanLit, essay, european lit, MacroMicroCosm, poetry, Prose, short story

MacroMicroCosm closes Volume 7 with Astral’s print & digital editions. A mighty shout out to the two prose pieces within Astral, Matthew Buscemi’s To Shape the Future, and Sacha Rosel’s Into Something Rich and Strange (from Chapter 1 of her newly released novel My Heart is The Tempest). We have pieces of poetry from longstanding contributor Adrienne Stevenson, Peter Graarup Westergaard (from his Warning Light Calling collection done in a dissident Soviet style, not dogma), and returning contributor Matthew Fast, who has the prestige to have been in the primordial issue of MacroMicroCosm years ago. Fast’s poetry is based off his song lyrics for the upcoming The Far Lands album, and I am pumped about hearing it via bandcamp when it hits Abram’s Epilogue.

Michael Janairo gives us 3 poems, while Sapha Burnell closes. Art by Sarah Melgoza & Katelyn Lane surrounds the poetry, while our last contributor is a posthumous submission by the estate of Cotrina Graham Smith.

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