Poems: Juneteenth and Word Worlds by Christina Springer, Taboo and Imagine a Fish by Darko Suvin in Femspec vol. 1 Issue 1

The poem Juneteenth speaks about Pittsburgh during a jazz era with characters like SuperHighFlier. In Word Worlds the poet creates visions of similarities existing between the jungle and the city using metaphors that connect earthy atmospheric qualities with the emotions of street life. In Taboo the poet creates a primitive world of the jungle and the same poet creates a lyric sense in Imagine. More

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About Femspec Journal

Femspec is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to challenging gender in science fiction, fantasy, magical realism, surrealism, myth, folklore and other supernatural genres.

We have been in existence since 1999. See femspec.org. Our editorial board includes Suzanne Bellamy, William Clemente, Joan Gordon, Veronica Hollinger, Philipa Kafka, Sylvia Kelso, Lysa Rivera,, Gina Wisker and Kimberly Brown.

Our production team offers internships, apprenticeship and associate experiences to early career participants, our talent scout is Gloria Orenstein; advisory board, Suzy Charnas, Diane DiPrima, Pamela Sargeant, Sheila Tobias, Constance Brereton; contributing editors are Marleen Barr, Samuel R., Delany and Darko Suvin. Contact femspec@aol.com to subscribe, donate, submit, and get involved. We are as of Mar. 23 2018 in search of contract and author proof manager, peer review coordinator, creative and media editors. We also need an advertising manager, grants writer, and fundraiser.

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