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Wilde Boy No. 1: The Victorian Era

The first issue of Wilde Boy Literature Magazine! We are a quarterly online literature magazine focused on publishing writing and art inspired by past literary movements, ideas, and figures. We plan to feature different moments in historical creation with each issue--possible future themes include OULIPO, Romanticism, and Dada! This first issue is inspired by artists creating during the Victorian Era.


Contents of this issue:

Poetry: "Boy" / Erin Emily Anne Vance, “Beyond this moment” / Gervanna Stephens, “The God’s Truth” / Katie Manning, “Burned” / Anne Leigh Parrish, "III" / EK, “Queerly, Yours” / Afieya Kipp, "Delusions of Grandeur" / Harley Claes, “Yeats, On Being Asked the Order of Senses He Would Sacrifice for His Beloved” / Paul Potter

Prose: “The Lost Future Predictive Correspondence of Edgar Allen Poe, Oscar Wilde, and Charles Dickens” / Michael Prihoda

Essays: "The Savagery of Peter Pan" / Lauren Gargiulo

Interviews: Harley Claes, Katie Manning

Art: "Proserpine's Offering" and "Pre-Raphaelite Woman" / Jasmine Knobloch


P. S. Like this issue? Consider sending us a tip! Our Paypal information can be found on our website: wildeboy.weebly.com. (You can also pay for this issue here!)

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