‘Flowers’ was accepted into the Hermeneutic Chaos Literary Journal for the November issue.
Hermeneutic Chaos will publish six literary editions in a year, in the months of January, March, May, July, September & November.
It seeks to engage with poetry and prose that evade the limitations of genre and celebrate the commotion of the liminal space. In this regard, we are highly selective, and present only the best poetry and fiction available to us.
We look for beautifully handcrafted semantic mindscapes which provoke secluded emotions to emerge and clash with words with all their infinite capacities, making them perspire. We wish to witness the manner in which the absence finds its presence by wringing the silence. All this, however, with a certain aesthetic humility.