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The Piltdown Review

March 2019

The Survival Issue

How do we make our way through a hostile world with no interest in whether we live or die, whether we flounder or thrive? Our new month’s issue brings you three thrilling takes on this question, culminating with Tanyo Ravicz’s two-part Arctic survival epic, “Beringia,” while new works from our featured poets Bree Devones Hsieh and Ken Farrell explore the everyday aspects of getting by. If you hesitate, you die, so read it all now!

Fiction

Tanyo Ravicz

Beringia

Beringia (Part I)
“The bear had already charged Ellen when they heard her screams and ran out of the Quonset hut. He had her by the head and was dragging her across the tundra while she kicked her feet and beat him with her fists.” So begins “Beringia,” the unrelenting epic of slaughter and survival in an Alaskan landscape transformed by global warming. Read Part One now, then come back Thursday for the thrilling conclusion!
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Fiction

Mike Sutton

Gators

Gators
Beware. In the swamps of northern Louisiana, secrets as lethal as any gator may lurk just beneath the surface. Don’t miss our fiction contest winner!
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Poetry

Bree Devones Hsieh

In Quiet

In Quiet
I like it when quiet paints a portrait, moon-like countenance. In the background, day plays away at everything the world needs for movement.
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