CABILDO QUARTERLY #10, $1, 11” x 14”, copied, 2 pgs.
It’s yet another issue of everyone’s favorite two-page literary rag. As usual, there is a mix of poetry and fiction—poems by Kat Georges, Robert Walicki, Katelyn Kenderish, and Saloni Kaul and fiction by Wred Fright and Razorcake’s own Mike Faloon. Highlights for me was Walicki’s poem, “Closure” and Wred Fright’s story that was a letter from a disgruntled worker to his former contact in Human Resources. Sure, the narrator is kind of a dick, but I enjoyed the way the tale ended. While not as strong as past issues, I still found some enjoyable work herein. And for a buck, you really can’t beat it. –Kurt Morris (firstname.lastname@example.org)