This new haiga by Marie Vibbert (she took the picture herself) was inspired by seeing this spaceship-style office building plonked in the middle of a cracked car park. Besides selling twenty-odd short stories, a dozen poems and a few comics, Marie Vibbert has been a medieval (SCA) squire, ridden 17% of the roller coasters in the United States and has played O-line and D-line for the Cleveland Fusion women’s tackle football team. Find out more at http://marievibbert.com or by following @mareasie on twitter.
Deborah L. Davitt was raised in Reno, Nevada, but received her MA in English from Penn State. She currently lives in Houston, Texas with her husband and son. Her poetry has received Rhysling and Pushcart nominations and appeared in over twenty journals; her short fiction has appeared in InterGalactic Medicine Show, Compelling Science Fiction, Grievous Angel, and The Fantasist. For more about her work visit http://www.edda-earth.com
D.A. Xiaolin Spires waits by ponds, making faces until the fishes emerge. Her work appears or is forthcoming in various publications such as Grievous Angel, Clarkesworld, Fireside, Analog, Reckoning, Galaxy's Edge, Terraform, LONTAR, Gathering Storm Magazine, Andromeda Spaceways, Star*line, Eye to the Telescope, Liminality and Story Seed Vault as well as anthologies of the strange and delightful, such as Sharp & Sugar Tooth, Broad Knowledge and Ride the Star Wind. She can be found on her website daxiaolinspires.wordpress.com or on Twitter: @spireswriter
Original photos by: Jeremy Thomas, Elise St. Clair and Octavian Rosca
Russell Hemmell's work has appeared in Star*line, Space and Time, Scifaikuest and others.
The Seventies Prog Rock band Yes are currently on tour again, so we couldn't resist this haiga by one of our regular contributors John Hawkhead!
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