Tuesday, February 6, 2024

February rez Posted

 Read the February issue of rez in Joomag: 

This month we take a serious look at a childhood favorite with Judy Barton’s Pinocchio, or Being a Creature, recited by our very own Shyla the Super Gecko and Klannex Northmead.  Lucky for us, Zati Kodaly is back with another erudite offering, Queen Z. Dearstluv Writer takes a political tack with Wolves. No issue of rez would be complete without a peek into the future by Art Blue. This month he examines AI’s interplay with language. RoseDrop Rust has lots of demons and we love each and every one of them. Chelsea Demons is where he banishes them. Cat Boccaccio always cared and this month we bring you her warning about the ravages of depression, in The Long Days. And ending on a high-note, Zymony Guyot has much more to give, this time a whiz-bang poem, Deadline Daddy.  Curl up by a nice fire and enjoy this month’s issue of rez Magazine!

Tuesday, January 9, 2024

January rez Posted

Read the January issue of rez in Joomag:

Once again, we feel the loss of a giant in the literary field, a graphic artist contributor for rez, and a good friend.  Cat Boccaccio, who conveyed expansive meaning in the fewest of words, passed away recently from an illness. These losses are only bearable knowing that we still have their work and can continue to keep their spirits alive by publishing them in future issues.  We dedicate ourselves to that task. In the meantime, rez, like life, goes on. This month, Art Blue kicks us off with another tour de force, Uber Eats - The Domain Inquisitor. Consuela Hypatia Caldwell and Zati Kodaly team up with a romantic work, Behind Blinds. With a heavy heart, we bring you Cat Boccaccio's Crazy Dark Place. Vetril Dease introduces us to all manners of mind-boggling matters in Universal Life Grant, not the least of which is the uplift. Zymony Guyot issues a warning with Statistical Corpses.  Dearstluv Writer poses the question that mut be posed:  Given a choice, will we choose love? And no issue of rez is complete without exploring the always fascinating mind of RoseDrop Rust, who brings us The Drift.  Enjoy this issue and go hug someone you love.