Congratulations to Matthew Simmons, winner of Sycamore Review's Wabash Fiction Prize for his story entitled "Saxophone Lung Explodes." I love that title. This year's judge was Richard Bausch, of whose short stories I am an enthusiastic fan. I'm excited to read Matthew's story.
Here is a piece by Alexandra Kleeman in DIAGRAM 8.2 that I enjoyed.
Today is thunderstorms and toad sprockets in syrup.
Here is a short film by Salvador Dalí and Luis Buñuel entitled Un chien andalou (1929). The first scene depicts a woman's eyeball being slit open with a razor blade. Makes the stomach do jumping jacks.
André Breton had a pudgy face and leaky eyes.
Max Ernst shaved with animal hooves.