October 10, 2016
September 29, 2016
“In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.” Albert Camus, the famous French-Algerian philosopher and Nobel prize winning author, is well known for using language to reveal the intimate dualities in our lives. The influences of Absurdism, though some would point out is only loosely tied to Camus himself, is likewise explored in They Were Coming for Him by Berta Vias-Mahou... read more >
September 16, 2016
There began a hum. Is how he felt it. A tone of feeling. It wasn’t so much a mood. Like there were moods that came and went. Or changed into cousin moods. Normal stuff. But all happening in the environment of the hum. The hum maintained. Sort of grew, is how he thought of it. The hum enveloped, filled the spaces between moods like water. Then he slept... read more >
October 03, 2016
There’s been a revitalization of hotel culture in NYC, which started with boutique hotels hiring art curators and commissioning work. And we’re all for this—for increased work for artists and greater pedestrian engagement with contemporary art. Similarly, outside of NYC the art world is expanding via hotel culture. I offer you Hotel 21c’s institutionalization in smaller cities, which has taken part in revitalizing the downtowns of places like Louisville, Oklahoma City, and Durham... read more >
September 23, 2016
Brooklyn based Canadian artist, Jason McLean, creates autobiographical imagery, through scavenged objects, and memory mapping. Jason McLean’s diverse art practice includes sculpture, sound works, zines, book works, mixed-media installations, correspondence art, curatorial explorations, puppets, and performance, but he is probably best known for his diaristic mapping and surreal drawings... read more >
Art by Clay Witt, poetry by Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda, fiction by Stephen Wade.
Fiction by Peter Liu, poetry by Jonathan Greenhause, memoir by Verity Barudin.
Poetry by Vanessa Blakeslee, paintings by Vadis Turner, and a review of Boy.
Art by Kehinde Wiley, fiction by Philip Kobylarz, and poetry by Nancy Carol Moody.
Billy Collins Interviewed, fiction by Erik Martiny, prose by Ori Fienberg.
Jacob M. Appel Interviewed, art by Yumi Sakugawa, essay by Sean Carswell
Poetry by Sarah Palin Erased, interview by Phillip Gross, short story by Erik Martiny, essay by Jeffrey Skinner, art by Paul Kolker
Poetry by Annie Christain, interview by Aurelie Sheehan, fiction by Julia Fine, essay by Kirk Nesset, art curated by Owen Duffy
Poetry by Nandini Dhar, interview by Sean Street, fiction by Patrick Wilson, essay by Salpi Vartivarian, art by Nance Van Winkle
Poetry by Chen Chen, Art by Noah Becker, Interview by Chris Belden, Fiction by Elisa Wolf, Essay by Jay Varner