Last month Bone Parade released their ninth issue, which features a collection of interesting—sometimes eerie, sometimes melancholy—poems and a fun short story about a debate between a pair of trick-or-treating siblings.
My poem “Familiars” closes out the issue—yay!
If memory serves, I actually wrote this poem on the same afternoon I wrote “Regrowth” (Rust + Moth, Spring 2020), but it took quite a while longer to find this one a good home. I’m so happy Bone Parade is the place for it!
I’d be honored if you’d head on over and check out Issue # 9. While you’re at it, I’d also recommend this prose poem from Bone Parade’s previous issue: “Graveyards Are Gardens That Embrace Those Who Lost.”