Issue 28


The most ambitious issue of Feathertale since the last issue of Feathertale



From the creators of magazines that look like books comes a magazine that doesn’t look like a book at all, but rather like a mutated literary life form, attached at the spine and contained inside an easily discarded band of paper

This issue includes:

  • Nocturnal visitations from Bob Dylan
  • Elderly romantic intrigue at a donkey sanctuary
  • A nostalgic squatter on a pile of laundry
  • General Tao and Colonel Sanders in bloody combat
  • The objectification and fetishization of ponies
  • Killer clones, vengeful barbers and mangled orchids

Plus: Cormac McCarthy orders a pizza, a meandering conversation between an uneasy human and a well-intentioned computer, and two stories featuring bricks!