Saturday, November 23, 2019

November/December rez Posted

read the November/December issue of rez in Issuu:

In keeping with tradition for the past few years, we’ve combined the November and December issues of rez into a gala holiday issue. With so many days off from our work schedules, we hope you have some time to peruse our pages, where you’ll find some wonderfully compelling fiction, poetry and other articles of interest. We start off our holiday issue with The Jami Chronicles: East Africa by Jami Mills, who takes us along on her Land Cruiser through the wilds of Kenya and Tanzania. Not only does Jami describe her adventures in words, she also includes some lovely photographs of nature’s most beautiful animals to bring everything to life. Cat Boccaccio, whose micro-fiction is so powerful, contributes Roman Summer, a glimpse into adolescent love in Rome, Italy. Q Symphony looks ahead to the Afterlife Developer’s Conference – way ahead. It’s not until 2037. Rakshowes sizzles with an erotic poem about the sensual art of shibari. Cybele Moon joins our pages in stunning fashion with her piece A Canticle for Meg, a brilliant family story that turns tragic. Our favorite, Zymony Guyot, pens The Nth and tries to make some sense of our irrational world. In her second installment of her masterful star poems, Merope Madrigal brings us Even Planets Are Stars You Know, and in so doing, she shines as bright as any star in the galaxy. In The Wrong Biennale, Art Blue discusses the digital art show that runs through March 2020, which streams art to tablets and iPhones. And finally, RoseDrop Rust anchors our holiday issue with his poem, Love Loves Us, where he contrasts love and desire in a beautiful poem that questions the durability of romance. What better time to catch up on your reading than the upcoming holidays, which all of us at rez Magazine wish bring you and your families good tidings.

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