One Night on Broadway
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One Night on Broadway

BY NOEL FRANKLIN Noel Franklin is a Seattle-based performance poet and visual artist with an academic background in fine arts printmaking. Her poetry has garnered a Seattle Arts Commission grant, a Jack Straw Foundation Fellowship and placement on Seattle’s National Poetry Slam team.  Her visual art has been exhibited in Seattle, Sacramento and San Francisco.   Continue reading

IT’S HERE!  Volume II, Issue II!
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IT’S HERE! Volume II, Issue II!

 from Leanne Grabel’s The Last Weekend of Sylvia Plath Volume II, Issue II: Fall/Winter 2014 Nonfiction       Noel Franklin, Shark Teeth  K-Fai Steele, Yule Lads Caitlin Cass, Ford for the Birds     Kathleen Kralowec, Charming, Intelligent Abigail Lloyd, #feelings  Poetry Leanne Grabel, The Last Weekend of Sylvia Plath     Catherine Kyle, The Tree Donna Kuhn, … Continue reading

#feelings
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#feelings

BY ABIGAIL LLOYD click an image below to begin gallery show Abigail Lloyd is a welder and artist living in Brooklyn and sometimes Oakland, by way of Maine.  In her work, she studies American mythology, queer intimacies, feelings, negativity and triangles.  Abigail’s work takes shape variously in metal, pixels, and pen+paper.  She received her B.A. … Continue reading

Visual Poetry Collection
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Visual Poetry Collection

BY DONNA KUHN Click an image below to begin a gallery show of Donna Kuhn’s visual poetry Donna Kuhn is an author, poet, dancer, visual and video artist living in California. Her work has been widely published and exhibited in the United States and internationally. Her work can be seen on her blogs: http://picassogirl.tumblr.com and http://digitalaardvarks.blogspot.com Continue reading

Ford for the Birds
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Ford for the Birds

BY CAITLIN CASS Caitlin Cass makes art that elevates the importance of mistakes and uncertainty throughout history. Working across mediums, she creates comics, prints, animations and counterfeit museum exhibits that celebrate failure. For the past five years she has drawn and published a bimonthly comic periodical called Great Moments in Western Civilization Postal Constituent. Her … Continue reading