Fiddleblack #10 marks just over three years of our mission set moving on a face-forward path through a very crowded place. The weather has changed and we have not and some of the stories in this small collection are very much begging the human element.

Simply, this issue tells stories of bodies. Both Gillian Morrison and Ross McMeekin tell us through different ways of discovery. Eric Van Hoose tells us through memory. Kim Slama tells us through contrast, and Elias Marsten tells us through intimacy.

All bodies are temporary. The best we can do is wait.