Issues

Issue 03 – October 2016

Issue 03 – October 2016

Issue 3 of Congress Magazine has no theme, but it does have four fantastic stories for your reading pleasure. Mr. Matthew Addison returns with an original story this time. “Pink for a Day” explores themes of submission, humiliation, and pleasure in a fantasy dungeon with unusual equipment and even more unusual denizens. Ms. Carrie Laben delights us with a slice […]

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Issue 02 – August 2016

Congress Magazine‘s second issue came together in an unexpectedly thematic manner: it’s all about the ways sexuality allows us to step outside ourselves. Our first story, “The Archivist’s Companion” by Mr. Andrew S. Fuller, is a science fictional near-future hipster romance set in Portland, featuring a librarian who finds herself by losing herself in both a virtual environment and in real […]

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Issue 01 – June 2016

Congress Magazine‘s inaugural issue starts things off with Livia Llewellyn’s “Bohemian Grove, 1916,” perfect summer reading if you love rumpled dresses, tanned thighs, and owls. Then, Robert Levy takes us to a world of drugs, love, and transgression with “My Heart’s Own Desire.” Our reprint this month is Matthew Addison’s “Wish Girls,” where we learn that if […]

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