Spring 2015: The Devil You Know.

It depends on how you look at it.
It depends on how you look at it.

DOWN IN THE TUBE STATION (Not necessarily at Midnight), by Charles S. Kraszewski.
Does the Devil have us going ’round in circles, or is it the other way ’round?…
Excerpt from TALES OF THE DEVIL’S WIFE, by Carmen Lau.
Why should the Devil be the only one to have a name?…
EXTERMINATE THE BRUTES, by David Selzer.
Speaking of names, we need to look more closely at the famous ones who get a devilish pass…
MIGRATION, by Kirsten Rian.
Is the Devil in the change…
THE DEVIL I KNOW or THIS SIMPLE FACT OF LIFE IS HARD TO COMPREHEND, by David Budbill.
Or in the end…
THE BROKEN VESSELS, by Ronnie Pontiac.
Though even after the worst end comes a new beginning…
MIGRAINES, by Mitchell Krockmalnick Grabois.
And the Devil suffers too, you know, he really does…
MAIDEN VOYAGE, by Richard Fein.
He leaps without knowing where it will end…
WAR HORSES, by Brian Griffith.
And we, unknowing, turn to devilish deeds…
YOU SEE THAT WINDOW?, by David D. Horowitz.
But then, how do we know the Devil when we see him in ourselves, and where?…
THE MAN WHO HATED LEONARD, by Robert Markland Smith.
The one thing we know for certain is that the Devil probably doesn’t hate Leonard Cohen…
GARDEN OF UNEASE, by Marissa Bell Toffoli.
Looking the Devil in the eye, you sometimes see he’s an Angel in disguise…
CHRISTIAN NATION, by Salvatore Folisi,
Do you think the Devil knows what the Devil does?…
THE MASSACRE, by Alan Semrow.
If he does know, he’s on the way to metamorphosis…

THE TOD BLOG notes this issue’s generous overflow of poetry, and wonders if the Devil made them do it…and JAM TODAY  is a little cranky with the remains of a cold, which gets fixed with the remains of a kindly chicken…   

This issue’s picture contributed by Alex Cox, a man who loves lizards like you wouldn’t believe…

Next issue is 1 July, and it’s the SUMMER 2015: THIS MAY BE THE LAST TIME issue…contributions by 1 June, please…

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