Sybil's Garage Number #6 is out! I can't say enough good things about this mag. I ordered two samples copies of it a few months ago, and I read each one back to back non-stop, and have been waiting eagerly for the next one to come out. I absolutely love it! It's one of the most original and intriguing literary magazines I've ever read. One of my favorite stories was one about a girl who gets permanently lost in a gigantic grocery store, which is one of my secret, irrational fears. Check it out; it's well worth the eight bucks. And my poem, "Museum" made it into this issue--hooray!
The editor, Matt Kressel, is great to work with. If you have any unusual, hard-t0-classify fiction or poetry lying around, you might want to consider sending it in.
Sybil's Garage Number #6
"Sybil's Garage.... is an alienating thing—a saturation tank of isolation and the sublime. Like its first three predecessors, Issue 4 aligns the quietly bizarre and the slightly uncanny with nineteenth-century design. That’s not to say that Sybil’s Garage is easily classifiable, either in form or content. Victorian woodcuts share page space with postmodern silhouettes and modernist sketches. Fragments of polyglottal marginalia pepper Sybil’s pages—appearing everywhere like cryptic typesetter’s notes. From the first glimpse of the Bladerunneresque cover to the final, stunning woodcut, this issue is its own work of slipstream art."
- Behind the Wainscot, Darin Bradley