What’s that strange sensation simmering along your skin? Perhaps it’s the 29th issue of The Suburban Review—a sharp, stirring collection of poetry, prose, comics, and art.
Enter TSR#29: ITCH through a tingling, tangled cover by Joanna Du. Make it through yet another poetry reading with Kristian Radford, and picture human–animal companionship in lutruwita with Joshua Santospirito. Cry in a Kia sedan with Andrew Menken. Watch Sophie Tegan Gardiner’s flashes of possibility emerge and recede.
Place your bare feet on the ground with Lucy Dougan, and wonder about genital warts with Grace Tong. Strike your enemies down with eczema alongside Mitch Hearn, and look through the eyes of a perceptive child with Jade Peters. Before you go, head to Thomas Hardy’s house with Josie/Jocelyn Suzanne—and don’t forget your cat ears.
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