PHANTOM DRIFT 6

The Impression of Irreducible Strangeness

October 2016

CONTRIBUTORS

FICTION

Reem Abu-Baker

Mary Burroughs

Chris Gavaler

Charles Jensen

John McKever

Susannah Mandel

Jason Namey

Keith Rosson

Kellie Wells

Tom Weller

Charles Wilkinson

 

POETRY

Brennan Bestwick

Mary Lenoir Bond

Walt Curtis

Rob Cook

Michael Luis Dauro

Jessica Goody

James Grabill

Donald Illich

Nazifa Islam

Satoshi Iwai

John Phillip Johnson

Steve Klepetar

Iryna Klishch

Jennifer Lynn Krohn

Elizabeth O’Brien

Sarah Paley

Samuel Piccone

dan raphael

David Russomano

John W. Sexton

Kimberly Simms

Jessica Van de Kemp

Sarah Ann Winn

John Yohe

Art Zilleruelo

 

NONFICTION

Greg Beatty

John Morrison

Matt Schumacher

INTERIOR ART

Marissa DeGolier

Mark Myth

Tai Taeoalii

 

COVER ART

Irene Hardwicke Olivieri

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“A touchstone of the fantastic is the impression of irreducible strangeness,” Roger Caillois opined in his 1965 classic, Au Coeur du Fantastique…Caillois acknowledges the fantastic as a transgressive amusement whose supernatural elements “disrupt the stability of a world whose laws were hitherto strict and immutable. They constitute the Impossible, unexpectedly arising in a world that by definition excludes the Impossible”—a duality you will also witness often in the pages of Phantom Drift.

-- Matt Schumacher, from his introduction

Cover art: "still a tadpole, already a frog"

 by Irene Hardtwicke Olivieri

www.irenehardwickeolivieri.com

Cover design by Krstin Summers, redbat design

As we accept contributions for PD6, we will post some samples here. 

 

"Yes, We Are Duly Concerned with Calamitous Events" fiction by Keith Rosson

 

"An Upward Reflected Grunt" fiction by Jason Namey

 

Samples from Next Issue

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