Remember that song that you've loved ever since its release. . . you danced wildly to it, belted it out in the shower. And then you listened to it—really listened to the lyrics—and realized it's, well, kinda messed up. . . . In this zine, editors Jason Bates and Libby Cudmore collect work from writers who clap back on songs that misrepresent our truths.
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Meet the Editors
Jason Bates once fed Pudge a tuna fish sandwich and is now an abomination. He is an assistant editor at Kissing Dynamite. His writing has appeared in Before I Leave...Lit Zine, Figroot Press, Bone & Ink, and Lingering In The Margins, a River City Poets Anthology, and forthcoming in Riggwelter Press.
LIBBY CUDMORE is the author of The Big Rewind (William Morrow, 2016) and a frequent contributor to Paste, Albumism and Consequence of Sound. Her poetry has appeared in Paper Darts and the Barrelhouse Blog, and her short fiction has been published in The Big Click, the Stoneslide Corrective, PANK, and the anthologies HANZAI JAPAN, WELCOME HOME and MIXED UP, and the forthcoming anthology A BEAST WITHOUT A NAME: FICTION INSPIRED BY THE MUSIC OF STEELY DAN.