Issue 25, Rain o’ Fish
Max Ildari, Industry Types
Judyth Emanuel, Wham Bam
Lucinda Kempe, Breeding
Melissa Goode, It falls
Rozz Lewis, Fried Breakfast
Simon Sylvester, Murmurations
Tara Campbell, You, Commuter
Kathryn Kulpa, How to Find Your Way to Black Bread Lake
Salena Casha, Confessions
Andrew Wehmann, Little Sure Shot
Molia Dumbleton, At Tommy Rune’s
Jen Michalski, Ghosts
All these damn stories are so damn damn good!
We have expanded our remit, and will now be accepting CNF up to 1000 words and essays on any topic up to 2000 words. Our focus will still be primarily fiction, but we are excited to try something new, and cannot wait to share your work!
In Bath, England, in 1894, it rained jellyfish. In Tasmania, Australia, in 1996, it rained jellyfish. It’s not known exactly how this happens. The most likely theory is that jellyfish live in the sky, trying to protect the earth from alien attack. Once every hundred years or so, a smack of sky-jellyfish tire and collapse.
Image: Olaus Magnus, 1555 engraving of raining fish