Helios Quarterly Magazine Volume 1, Issue 1 (ePub/mobi/PDF)

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Children of the moon chased by prejudice and haunted by magic. Strangers separated by words and an interstellar elevator. A mute man trapped in dystopian Boston. Welcome to the inaugural issue of Helios Quarterly Magazine where communication and gestures of reconciliation end in misunderstanding.

Helios Quarterly Magazine Volume 1, Issue 1 ePub/mobi/PDF edition. Theme: Miscommunication

Contains five poems, eleven works of fiction, two pieces of non-fiction, three photos, and one piece of art.

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“The sun is new each day” – Heraclitus

Vol. 1, Issue 001 (Theme: Miscommunication)

Cover Art:

42 by Devin Francisco

Editor’s Corner:

New Horizons by Elizabeth O. Smith

Art:

BINASA by Sigied Himawan Yudhanto (cranenoir)

Poetry:

Ventriloquist by Richard King Perkins II

Resonance by Linda Neuer

A Scavenger of Words by J. J. Steinfeld

Bulimic by Robert Beveridge

Voices in an Especially Ominous Night by J. J. Steinfeld

EOS•Quarterly:

Night of the Lurking Moon by Alexis Henderson + Interview

Fiction:

Welcome to Earth by Jennifer Moore

Captain John’s Passage by Tara Campbell

Lonely Red World Serenade by Armel Dagorn

The Way Up, The Way Down by Dennis Mombauer

A Way With Words by Aimee Ogden

Drum Solo by Gerri Leen

Speaking Without Tongues by Diana Estigarribia

Spambot 6413 by Peter Hagelslag

Ground Truthing by Holly Schofield

How the Dun-In Man Got His Name by Stephen Scott Whitaker (Part 1 of 2)

Nonfiction:

Dracula-Creole (Can English Save Pachamama?) by Jun Cola

„Descent of the Seeker into Katarghatargha” Excerpt from a Religious Document of Species punctus impia by Adam Lovasz

Photography:

signs and symbols by Alexandra Soman (PsycheAnamnesis)

art is visual poetry by Alexandra Soman (PsycheAnamnesis)

poetry beginnings where meanings ceases by Alexandra Soman (PsycheAnamnesis)

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