#29: ITCH

The cover for The Suburban Review #29: ITCH against a washed green and brown closeup of the folds of a knitted sweater. Cover shows a graphic illustration with arms tangling together against a blank milky purple background. The arms are not attached to bodies: each stands alone with a hand at either end. One arm holds a knife and scissors at either end. Another arm holds loose hair with one hand - about to be cut by the first arm - and gropes another arm with the other hand. The third arm holds the hair spilling out from the second arm’s hand, and a tattoo gun in the other, about to infiltrate the first arm. Above the arms, there is The Suburban Review logo - a black square with text in the same colour, saying, 'The Suburban Review #29: ITCH'.

What’s that strange sensation simmering along your skin? Perhaps it’s The Suburban Review ITCH—a sharp collection of poetry, prose, comics, and art.

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