December’s Synchronized Chaos Issue: Level Up!

Welcome, readers, to December’s issue of Synchronized Chaos Magazine. This month we’re ‘leveling up,’ moving ahead in our understanding and navigating different levels as we would after mastering a stage in a video game. These submissions involve different shades of meaning: symbols, dreams, subconscious thoughts, and the combination of different areas of knowledge. Tony LeTigre review […]

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Poetry from Jake Cosmos Aller

The Dogs of War are Howling   The Dogs of War Have been set free Of their cage   And are out Howling at the moon   The Dogs of War Have been set free   To wreck what havoc Might be   Yes, the Dogs of War The Hell Hounds Have bound out of […]

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Poetry from Abigail George

Man, with the gun     I’ve never loved out of guilt. Don’t care what people say or think about me. Don’t care that I live on an island. Let’s start with what makes me happy before I get to the unhappiness. This is the location of the bones. They’re found below. Underground this body of […]

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Poetry from Luna Acorcha

A Few Years Later And then it turns into I love it. I love you, but I am sorry. He is like a young girl. But honestly, she is a bitch.   Although I am unaware that I am aware, I am conscious of your consciousness and the feeling of apple juice warmed on an […]

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Poetry from Yusuf BM

Man with Life Helter Skelter Morning man’s labour Skirts and trousers on the street Walking, running and talking Yearning for their daily home festival. Helter Skelter Morning man’s mathematics Addition, multiplication and subtraction Equal to Living life must strive. Helter Skelter Morning man’s petition Hands and Beads hanging in air Sacred books in man’s front […]

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Cristina Deptula interviews physicist and fashion designer Kitty Yeung

  Meet KtY – a creative technologist and hardware prototyper focused on programmable clothing, computational textiles and wearable devices. As a former journalist, I had the privilege of interviewing her for Synchronized Chaos Magazine about her work combining fashion with electronics. CD: You mention that you’re a Renaissance woman, with knowledge of and interest in […]

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Poetry from Joan Beebe

LONGING   Why is there an unfulfilled longing that tortures our soul?  Day and night it saddens our heart and we become wistful And we dream. We don’t understand this mystifying feeling. The ache we feel seems to take hold of every part of our being — we are overwhelmed by this persistent longing and […]

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Christopher Bernard’s Amor I Kaos: Fifth Installment

Christopher Bernard’s Amor i Kaos: Fifth installment   I see the following: The interior of a west coast café, with seismic support beams making a graceful right-angled triangle in the middle of the room. Numerous café chairs, a dozen tables of various shapes and sizes, most of them occupied by leisurely eating and chatting lunchers […]

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Story from Joan Beebe

The Christmas Magic of Santa’s House   I had a dream so real.  It seemed I was walking along a snowy path where the rays of the sun made the snow glisten like a precious jewel.  In the distance, I saw a gingerbread- like cottage with Christmas trees in the front and side of the […]

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