ISSUE 1 NOW AVAILABLE!

Issue 1–our debut–is now available!

With cover art by Brandon Kawashima, this issue features artists from as far away as Greece, Nigeria and the UK–as well as right here in the US and delivers visceral work that unpacks the things we don’t want to admit are in our basements.

The downloadable PDF is designed so that it can be printed on double-sided paper for easy reading like a print magazine.

The issue is free, but there is a donation link should you choose to contribute.

Click here to get your your copy!

Announcing the Spring 2020 Issue’s Table of Contents!

JPEG OF ISSUE 1 COVEROn April 25, artists from all over the globe deliver visceral work that unpacks the things we don’t want to admit are in our basements. Announcing the Table of Contents for 34 Orchard’s Inaugural issue!

Cover Art: Lost and Found, Brandon Kawashima

Trenchman – John Wayne Comunale

Madame Rosio Holds a Séance – J. Federle

A Murder – Die Booth

Tales from a Communion Line – Yash Seyedbagheri

A Hand Against My Window – Deborah L. Davitt

Night Crier – Stephen Mark Rainey

Runner – Chrissie Rohrman

Bad Altitude – Luke Spooner, Carrion House, http://www.carrionhouse.com

Bones – Crystal Sidell

Kintsugi – Page Sullivan

Christmas Chicken – Ernest O. Ògúnyemí

/thestrangethingwebecome – Eric LaRocca

Laying out my dolls – Malcolm Davidson

Lust Becomes Us – Dawson M. Kiser

Like It’s A Mad Thing – Lee Ann Kostempski

the reader – Christopher Woods

The Pink Casket – Atalanti Evripidou

Dinner at the Candlestick Table – Megan Wildhood

34 ORCHARD still stands

We all know what’s going on in the world right now. I just wanted to pop in and say that everything is on track for our April 25 release, so yes, you all still have that to look forward to! The spring issue is completely laid out and is being given its final proofread now. We will be announcing the Table of Contents shortly, as well as post the link for a recent interview — we were featured by writer Angelique Fawns on Horror Tree!

If you donated, you will be receiving your copy ahead of the general public. We are planning on sending that out this week. If you have donated and have not yet heard from us, you will hear from us soon. While we are still fine and on track over here, we openly admit that, with all the insanity, a few things have slipped through the cracks. We are working to get caught up. Do not think you were forgotten, or that we don’t appreciate you.

We hope you are all staying safe, and finding comfort where and when you can. Hang in there. Once we hit bottom, the only way to go is up.

Kristi Petersen Schoonover, Editor