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Skeleton Key
In Caitlin Corrigan's "Good Old-Fashioned People," a recent widower courts a woman accustomed to a life of solitude.
japanese subway
Experience “自動化 || Automation,” an online poetry experiment by Andrew Campana.
Hogarth, Hudibras Encounters the Skimmington
In Mark Watkin's Shivaree a backwoods tradition goes horribly wrong.
Two women, an elevator, and years of resentment. Oh, and a gun. "Natalie Takes the Elevator" is an early excerpt from Kate Racculia's new novel, Bellweather Rhapsody.
Two Cars
Love and loathing cross paths in "First Meeting," a story by Mark Vardeman featuring illustrations by Harriet Burbeck.
Octothing, Joshua Murphy
Discover new artists in every issue and in our new, mobile-friendly galleries.
The lovers in "A Proposal" find fulfillment in their secret trysts, until one of them asks for something more.
Charles Olson
Projective vs. Non-Projective Verse: it's a no-holds-barred slugfest over the legacy of poet and essayist Charles Olson.
Broken Videotape
In Olga Feliciano's "Morning Sickness," a family secret is tangled up with a broken videotape.

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Printer’s Devil Review is an independent, open access journal of literary and visual art published by Black Key Press. We provide emerging writers and artists with access to publication and inquisitive readers with new voices and visions.

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