Read the May issue of rez in Issuu:
Now that spring has sprung, we begin to think about
our summer reading lineup. But before you go there, we have a lineup of our own
this month that is wonderful, breezy reading.
Jami Mills covers this year’s iteration of the timeless classic SL
entertainment, Le Cirque de la Nuit,
the steampunk black and white extravaganza put on by Idle Rogue Productions.
This year features more dance than circus, but was nonetheless a wonderful
evening in the theater. Unknown UUID
contributed Wintergewinn, a tale that
combines German history with modern day musings. Zymony Guyot is back this month with a
serious piece, E Pluribus Shooter,
which takes our gun culture to task. Cat Boccaccio proves once again that less
is more with her fine piece of micro-fiction, Home Alone. This month we reprint from December 2011 the political
thriller, Bravo Red, which includes
some topical observations about the perils of the US Presidency. Fabric
is Dearstluv Writer’s contribution this month, and one of her most provocative
and beautifully written poems. What
issue would be complete without at least one poem by the incomparable RoseDrop
Rust, who walks us through the ineffable seasons with Multi-Seasonal. And rounding out this month’s collection of
wonderful prose and poetry is Shayna ThetiSheri’s Our Love, a poignant love poem for the ages. After you finish this month’s issue of rez, then you can finish up that
summer reading list. Enjoy!