Wednesday, July 3, 2019

July rez Posted

read the July issue of rez in Issuu:

Now that we’re past the summer solstice, it’s time for some great summer reading and that’s just what we have in store for you this month. We start off with Celebrating Diversity Virtual Reality Style, written by our intrepid reporter, Barbie Starr, who covers Second Pride, the annual celebration of diversity. Barbie delves into the history of the movement and in the process, educates us and entertains us in equal measure. Consuela Hypatia Caldwell returns to our pages with a powerful poem, Vultures From Above, that reminds us of the forces set against the very diversity that Second Pride celebrates. Jami Mills returns to her musical roots and reviews a new, up and coming singer/songwriter, Hunson Abadeer, and is fortunate enough to have him sit for a fascinating interview as well. Jullianna Juliesse pens a poem, Daddy’s Almost Haircut, about what she might have done differently had she only known that her time was limited. With The Sky is Burning, enola em Vaher gives us a haunting tale of the apocalypse, bringing home the banality of our own demise. In The Enchanted Villa, Cat Boccaccio stretches out a little more than usual with a story of a wedding party stranded in a nightmare. One of our most cherished writers, Dearstluv Writer, shares a stunning poem, Tethered to the Vine, about the slow strangulation of intolerance. And finally, RoseDrop Rust contributes a hilarious poem, Snortle, which describes in great detail the unique qualities of a snortle. Enjoy!

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