Welcome to the very first newsletter of The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society. February’s issue is taking RPD to the next level with lots of small changes that add up to a more powerful publication. This month, for the very first time ever, we are featuring one piece per contributor. We received so many stunning submissions for this issue that we had to make sure we made room for all the unique voices that so clearly spoke to the manifesto of our magazine. You’ll experience a sub-genre of micro-fiction that Kay Kerimian has affectionately dubbed “head-splatter fiction,” poetry that covers everything from healthcare to drunken debauchery, and a nonfiction piece that is more religious experience than essay. We hope you enjoy our third issue as much as we enjoyed assembling it.
If you’re interested in submitting for our March issue, submissions are now open and will close on Saturday, February 15th. Should a piece strike a chord with you, we’d love to hear from you about it. E-mail us your comments and concerns; you may find your writing featured in a future edition of the magazine. Make sure to review our guidelines before submitting.