Issue Three

Issue 3 is here! It’s also our 6 month anniversary (did someone say cake?)!!! Thankyou thankyou thankyou to all our contributors for allowing us to be! We wouldn’t have made it without you (obviously. Without you, it would just be me publishing bad poetry under a variety of suspicious looking pseudonyms.) As always, we’ve got some great fiction, poetry and art on display in this issue, and we’re also publishing our first creative nonfiction piece, a beautiful essay entitled Learn How to Cry: Advice to my 15 year old self by Stephanie Johnson. I’m also excited to announce a couple of new exciting changes. First of all, we will be trialling a new way of releasing this issue; each piece will get its own special release day, giving you plenty of time to bask in its glory before the next one comes along and knocks your socks off. The other thing, which I am jumping out of my lizard skin excited to tell you is that Slink Chunk Press is now offering a small monetary payment for submissions!  All accepted submissions, including the ones you’ll see in this forthcoming issue, will now receive a payment of $5 for their work. I know it’s not much, it’s certainly not what we think your work is worth, but it’s a start. Slink Chunk Press shall continue to function as a non for profit, with all monies going to contributors, and we will also continue to try and source as much funding as we possibly can. So without further ado, I present to you…. ISSUE THREE OF SLINK CHUNK PRESS!

Loft Space – W. Jack Savage
Andre’s Alice – Anne E. Johnson
Destash – Valentina Cano
Learn How to Cry: Advice to my 15 year old self – Stephanie Johnson
The Gnomes They’ve Known – T.L Sherwood
I See You, Seeing Me – Bridgette Annalyse 
Home Gardens – Kyle Hemmings
Gulwart – Allen Kopp

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