Flats Like White Elephants.
By Alexandra Weiss.
“You know you have options, Peggy. Maybe if you thought about…just for sometimes, or with certain outfits, it could help your confidence.“
Party Anthem For One by Nina Ždanovič.
The Blood Pudding – September 4, 2020
Alexandra Weiss is a graduate student researching how literature discusses science, illness and mortality. She’s been previously published in Haggard and Halloo, Cadaverine, Wildfire, and Another Chicago Magazine, among others, and has a poem forthcoming in the September 2020 Plants & Poetry digital chapbook.
Nina Zdanovic is originally from Vilnius, Lithuania, and is currently based in Tokyo. Her work reflects her belief that humans don’t live in an objective world, that the reality that surrounds us always reflects what we are going through. She explores how our memories, thoughts, and experiences affect how we perceive reality and searches for the intersection between the real and mystical, between the inner and the outer worlds. You can find her and buy her work at ninazdanovic.com.