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Special Offer: Inverted Syntax Issue 4 | November 2022
ARRIVES AFTER THE HOLIDAYS:
Due to circumstances out of our control, copies are arriving after the holidays, and so to apologize for the inconvenience and to thank you, we are offering for a very limited time $5 off Issue 4.
Love from the Inverted Syntax Team
Inverted Syntax Print Issue 4 | November 2022
Inverted Syntax is an independently run art and literary magazine published annually in print and periodically online through the Fissured Tongue series. Starting in 2020, Inverted Syntax moved their print issue release from January to November, publishing two issues that year and none in 2021.
All included work is assumed to be original, with all written work assumed to be previously unpublished.
Print issues are published by Inverted Syntax Press LLC, P.O. Box 2044, Longmont, Colorado 80502.
Print Issues are available at www.invertedsyntax.com.
Issue 4 Volunteer Editorial Board All staff members shared in the responsibility of reading and selecting work for Issue 4.
Editor Nawal Nader-French
Associate Editors Jesica Davis, Allissa Hertz, Melanie Merle, Yesica Mirambeaux
Editorial Assistants Ginny Short, Miranda Martinez-Herbert
AdditionalReaders Ted Downum, Traci L. Jones, Jason Masino
2022Fissured Tongue Series Managing Editor Yesica Mirambeaux
Advisory Board Eric Baus, Traci L. Jones, Andrea Rexilius
Front and back cover artQuinta-VI—Character Art by N’Dea Tucker, 3000 px x 3000 px, digital art, 2022 (cropped)
Excerpt on back cover is from “the landscape of the river” by E. A. Midnight (page 88)
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First Edition: November 2022
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