“Satan’s Gravy” Out Now in Flapperhouse X

The Glitter-Witch (Juliet Cook) and I have a poem out in the new issue of Flapperhouse (their tenth issue Flapperhouse X).

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It’s a crazy romp through a cafeteria in Hell chock-full of homicidal cheerleaders, mutating butterflies, murderers and other  things that go bump in the night.

You can buy the print issue of Flapperhouse X from Amazon for $6 or you could get the digital edition for $3. It’s got all kinds of creepy goodness in it. Pick up a copy today!

Issue 10 includes:

“Helpful Notes Regarding Your Purchase” – Brandon Barrett
“Mange” – Cyndisa Coles-Harris
“Satan’s Gravy” – A.S. Coomer & Juliet Cook
“The Past is Prologue” and “Somewhere to Land” – Amy Strauss Friedman
“The Prince of Darkness is cool, like Toshiro Mifune” – Luis Galindo
“So Much for the Sound of a Starboard Warp Whistle,”
“It All Feels Like Exhaustion,” “We’re All Flawed, but I’m Flawed Most of All,”
“All I Wanted Was Peace Pentecostal,” and
“The Flesh the Grave Cave Ate, Volume One” –Jessie Janeshek
“After Lincoln, Nebraska” and “Litany of What We Killed” – Devin Kelly
“Finnegan Joyce” – Ron Kolm
“Warlock,” “Crystal,” “Curse” and “Familiar” – William Lessard
“From the Master’s Table” – Christine Ma-Kellams
“Clara Bow is In Your Face but You Can’t Grab Her” – Joseph P. O’Brien
“Maggots: A Rapture” and “Legacy of Strega” – Christina M. Rau
“Penning the Nasty / Creed” – Lora Rivera
“Polaroid of a Man in Love”Darley Stewart
“First Souls” – Cameron Suey
“How Often We Confuse Ovens for Rabbit Holes”Kailey Tedesco

Enjoy yourselves out there, internet.

-A.S. Coomer

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A.S. Coomer

Writer. Reader. Musician. Friend to cats. Collector of tattoos.

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