Even though we would all probably agree that no mere human language can adequately capture the spectacle and dazzling phenomenon that was David Bowie, we writers can't help but try. AND THE STARS LOOK VERY DIFFERENT TODAY collects fourteen personal essays that recount the breadth of his influence on us and the depth of our grief in his leaving.
Edited by Sheila Squillante, and featuring work from Nate Brown, J. Bradley, Sara Campbell, Dana Cann, Rhian Ellis, Brittany Hailer, Amy Lyons, Ally Malinenko, K. R. Rosman, Richard Z. Santos, Melissa Stephenson, Sean L. Sullivan, Brent Terry, and Eileen Tomarchio, with cover art by Killian Czuba.
"It's like the best group therapy session ever."
--Matt Perez, Fiction Editor, Barrelhouse
To read the individual pieces in the archive, click here.