Bee cool.

If you want to read some fantastic postapocalytic poetry, then do stop by The Bees Are Dead.

There is some outstanding work by Linda Imbler, Benjamin Blake, Howie Good, Jake Tringali, Cody Simpson, Yuan Changming, Holly Day and more.

 

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The Unbearable Lightness of Bee-ing

If you are in the mood for dark, dystopian poetry, then do stop by The Bees Are Dead.  There is some truly outstanding work by Yuan Changming, Robert Alan Rife, Cody Simpson, Jonathan Everitt, Jake Tringali and many more.

 

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New poetry at “The Bees Are Dead!”

There is some terrific new poetry over at The Bees Are Dead.  Stop over to your favorite dystopian online lit mag for outstanding work by Jake TringaliHowie GoodJon Bennett and Neil Creighton.

It’s damn good stuff.

 

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Don’t bee a stranger …

… stop on over at The Bees Are Dead for the latest in dystopian prose, poetry, art and photography.  Most recently, B.A.D. has featured the outstanding work of poets such as Jake TringaliPaul BrookesAllison Grayhurst and David Spicer.

See you there.

 

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