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Issue 29 of The Deadlands contains original fiction from Zachary Rosenberg, and Alexandra Seidel, poetry from Damilola Omotoyinbo, Abhinav, and Tehnuka, and nonfiction from MK Zvokel, as well as our monthly Ask A Necromancer column by Amanda Downum.

Avram Mordecai sits shiva for his dead sister Tamar with only Tamar herself in attendance. The memorial yahrzeit candle of remembrance burns auburn, lurid shadows waltzing upon Tamar’s face. Avram sits on a mourner’s seat, but the only meals laid out for him are horror and self-contempt. Tamar sits across from him, watching him endlessly.

Sitting Shiva
, Zachary Rosenberg

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About The Deadlands

The Deadlands is a monthly speculative fiction magazine. We publish short stories, poems, and essays about the other realms, of the ends we face here, and the beginnings we find elsewhere. It is an adventure into the unknown, to meet those who live there still, even though they may be dead. Death is a journey we all will take, but we’d like to peek at the map before we go.

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