After a summer vacation, Misty returns with an almost literal bang. This issue is packed full with pages upon pages of prose after May’s slightly slimmed down release which held more in the way of poetry. From Lancelot Schaubert’s rough’n and tough’n ‘Bought it for a Song’, to Rashi Rohatgi’s gripping narrative of a deaf woman who wants a deaf child, ‘Jet Black’ - this issue should sate your hunger for a longer, more substantial read
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