Issue— #7

Issue No. 7

Black Clock turns up the heat with its seventh issue. Bursting with twenty-five stories, one essay and four poems that flirt with and court outright sex and the erotic, Black Clock 7 is occasionally titillating, frequently audacious, and always provocative.

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  • Arielle Greenberg
    On Typing (After Rachel Zucker's "Sunday Morning")
  • Lynne Tillman
    More Sex
  • Matias Viegener
    Blindfold
  • Yxta Maya Murray
    A Girl Called Casanova
  • Aimee Bender
    On A Saturday Afternoon
  • Tom Carson
    My Mother, Marie Christ (b. Hope Springs, TN, 1951 - d. Memphis, July 4, 1985)
  • Sandi Tan
    Ice Cream
  • Wanda Coleman
    Howlin' With The Woofdog
  • Janet Fitch
    Room 721
  • Lisa Teasley
    Late Blooming
  • John Mandel
    Durga Rising
  • Seth Greenland
    Respect
  • Joy Nicholson
    Manson Girl
  • Grace Krilanovich
    Warlock
  • Rachel Resnick
    Evening At The Cryo-Crystal Circus Hotel
  • Francesca Lia Block
    Sex And The Spirits
  • Danielle Aquiline
    Your Filthy Mouth
    What Not To Say When Asked Why You Are A Lesbian
  • Arielle Greenberg
    Here I Come
  • Tara Ison
    Apology
  • John Haskell
    Pretending
  • Brian Evenson
    Invisible Box
  • Arion Berger
    Gothic
  • Todd Collins
    Billy Jean And Connie Cheaters
  • Samuel R. Delany
    In The Valley Of The Nest Of Spiders
  • Janet Sarbanes
    Responsible Hedonism
  • Margaret Wappler
    Menagerie
  • Geoff Nicholson
    Index For A Lost Autobiography
  • Rachel Zucker
    Sunday Morning


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