Sunday, June 9, 2019

When stepping on an Extraterrestrial by Janna Grace

you should always ask them if they like the view
from down there, for once.

I bet they'd like that
you'd want to squish them
while asking

they'd giggle back
to outer space

"they're  just like we hoped—
can we keep them!?"




Janna Grace lives in a half-glass barn and her work has appeared in The Bitchin' Kitsch, Plastik Magazine, and Red Eft Review, among others. She has pieces forthcoming in Otoliths and Horla and she teaches writing at Rutgers University. Janna is the editor of Lamplit Underground and her debut novel will be published through Quill Press in 2019.

Website: JannaLiggan.com

Twitter: Lamplitug

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