anti-seafood fiction

Sometimes Barack Obama, huckleberries, rocket launchers, and neck melting all show up together. For me they have shown up together in a story about media and pretending called "The Ocean on Television," which you can read at the May issue of GIGANTIC. It's there among fine work from Leni Zumas, Luca DiPierro, Erik Morsink, and M. Callen, as well as a talk between Joe Wenderoth and Gibby Haynes.

Thanks to Sasha Fletcher,  Rozalia Jovanovic, and Lincoln Michel. The yeti to the right is made of aluminum. The yeti in my story is made of hair.

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