Issue 6 features profiles of Chicago noise legends ONO and Seattle poet and columnist Sarah Galvin, a portfolio of new paintings by Austin artist Kevin McNamee-Tweed, and interviews with artist Andrea Joyce Heimer, author Karan Mahajan, video and installation artist Taxiplasm, and poets francine j. harris and CAConrad. It also features new fiction, poetry, essays, and visual art from many artists from around the world.
francine j. harris
Andrea Joyce Heimer
Cover image: Kevin McNamee-Tweed, Green Sun Yellow Reflection Red Land (2016)
Issue 5 features profiles and interviews with poets Mira Gonzalez, Ji yoon Lee, Julia Lans Nowak, and Jayson P. Smith; author Antonio Ruiz-Camacho; artists Caleb Hammond, Ellen Nielsen, and Rand Renfrow; and musician Owen Ashworth (Casiotone for the Painfully Alone, Advance Base). It also features a 28-page portfolio of work from the studios of Afrofuturist artist Angelbert Metoyer, and a collection of sumi ink drawings from Austin artist Greg Piwonka, whose work is featured on the cover.
Alison D. Moncrief Bromage
Reed Clovis G
Ji yoon Lee
Julia Lans Nowak
Jayson P. Smith
Cover image: Greg Piwonka, Strange Angel (2015)
Issue 4 features profiles of New York-based conceptual artist Kate Weigel and Chicago poet and filmmaker Dakota Loesch; interviews with Austin slam poetry champion Loyce Gayo, Montreal’s dark synth chanteuse Marie Davidson, artist David Kramer, and authors Nick Jaina and Lily King; a portfolio of work from colored pencil master Joe Sinness; short stories from Elisabeth Murray, Jo Vraca, and Torrie Jay White; and poetry from Madeleine Barnes, Ally Covino, Brett Foster, Brad Liening, Jake Matkov, Austin Rodenbiker, and Cassandra Verhaegen. It also features artwork from Kimberly Benson, Diane Englander, Maggie Hazen, and Manik Raj Nakra, whose piece Untitled (from The Tigering! series) adorns the cover.
Manik Raj Nakra
Torrie Jay White
Cover image: Manik Raj Nakra, Untitled (The Tigering! Series) (2012)
Issue 3 features profiles and interviews with artists including Jonny Negron, authors Malcolm Brooks and Susan Hope Lanier, experimental beatmaker Gobby, punk trio Xetas, and others. It also features short stories from William Akin, Zachary Kocanda, and Meredith Luby, and poetry from Greg Lawless, Liam Powell, Tatiana Ryckman, and others. Kendal Kulley is the cover artist, and the issue features a portfolio of her work.
Patricia N. Dalinis
Susan Hope Lanier
Cover image: Kendal Kulley, Impression (2013)
Featuring profiles of LA punk-pop songwriter Colleen Green and Louisville’s Cropped Out festival; interviews with poster designer Anna Wanda Gogusey, writer Elizabeth Crane, and zolo keyboardist Slugbug; and a portfolio of images from traveling cyclist/photographer Greg Clarke. Also features short stories from Hannah Pass, Elizabeth Crane, and Zoë Miller; poetry from Chad Bennett, Paula Mendoza, Jim Redmond, Malcolm Friend, Erin Mullikin, and Leslie Marie Aguilar; and visual art from artists including Jonas Criscoe and Timothy D. Brenner.
Leslie Marie Aguilar
Timothy D. Brenner
Anna Wanda Gogusey
Erin J. Mullikin
Cover photo: Greg Clarke, Shea Hopping on a Freight Train (2013)
Featuring interviews with poets Jaclyn Dwyer and Christopher Salerno, Field Studies tape label head Eric Hanss, author Roxane Gay, the screen printer Justine Kelley, and Montana-by-way-of-Austin duo The Be Helds. Also features a profile of poet Derrick Brown and Write Bloody Publishing, photography portfolio from Canadian artist Kensey Crane, fiction by Megan Anderegg Malone and Kyle R M, and new work by Sheila Heti & Ted Mineo.
Kyle R M
Megan Anderegg Malone
Daniel John Muñoz
The Be Helds
Cover design: Lynn Baik, Wallpaper Project Print #3 (2013)