It’s our birthday this month – can you believe Picaroon and our ever-expanding band of misfits has been around three years now? Thank you to those who have been with us from the start, those who have joined us along the way, and any who might find us in the future. There’s always room for more rogue writers and rebellious readers in our crew.
And we have an issue packed full of riffs on dreams, death, philosophy, doom, and assorted other themes you’ve come to expect from Picaroon over the past three years.
Featuring work by Rosie Garland, David Wyman, Isaac Stovell, Deb Scudder, Thomas Tyrrell, Emily Strauss, Daniel Paul Marshall, Pam Thompson, Mark J. Mitchell, Betsy Housten, Courtenay S. Gray, Aytan Laleh, Matt Gilbert, James Croal Jackson, Lucy Dixcart, Louisa Campbell, Peter Clive, Jonel Abellanosa, Matt Duggan, Rupert Locke, Sanjeev Sethi, Howie Good, Spangle McQueen, Ron Riekki, Frederick Pollack, Rus Khomutoff, Mistress Chardonnay, Ceinwen E Cariad Haydon, Andie Berryman, Charley Barnes, Lisa Stice, Maxine Rose Munro, Chris Hardy, Amy Soricelli, Victoria Nordlund, and John Leo.
Picaroon is lovingly edited by Kate Garrett (with no help whatsoever from the Mimi-cat, who gets credit only for being an adorable psychopath).
You can download a PDF of Picaroon Issue #15 here: Picaroon Issue 15 – March 2019
Or read it on Yumpu by clicking the cover image below.