Winter 2018: What Are You Looking At?

Well?

#59, by Chris Farago.
Boy, do we know that look…thanks, Chris

OUT FRONT OF THE SITUATION ROOM, by Charles S. Kraszewski.
What’s that dog looking at?…
EMPIRE CAMP
, by Nick Engelfried.
This short story is a good look for Cascadia
LETTER TO AN IMAGINARY FATHER (Excerpts), by Ben White.
Looking at you, Dad, are you looking at me?…
RICE RISING, by Robert Ready.
Look at someone differently and what do you see…
WHAT BUGS WANT, by Holly Day.
Might be good to try that with another species too…
HUELLAS DE NUESTRA TIEMPO/TRACES OF OUR TIME, by Arturo Salcedo Martinez/translated by Martha Darr.
Or even with the Dead…
OF CRACKS IN WALLS: A SUFI PARABLE OF DUBIOUS ORIGIN, by Ronnie Pontiac.
Dubious or not, it’s a good look…
TH
E PEOPLE’S HEROES OF ROMANTIC LIBERTY, by Brian Griffith.
Brian Griffith fans rejoice, here is another excerpt from his upcoming book on the depth, breadth, and general amazingness of  Iranian women…
WHAT THREE IS LIKE, by Marissa Bell Toffoli.

A lyric that like looking outside at midnight on the night of the full moon…

COACHED, by Ron Singer.
Who knew kids’s sports could be so fraught with drama, imaginary or…otherwise
LOADED PISTOLS
, by David D. Horowitz.
Point that thing somewhere else, would you?

The TODBLOG is really and truly grateful that the light keeps shining…and JAM TODAY  loves broccoli and has actually found a new way to cook it, yes, really, it’s true…

This issue’s picture contributed by CASEY ORR, whose work on looking we just love to look at…

Next issue is 1 April, and it’s the SPRING 2018: COLORING issue…contributions by 1 March, please…

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