Jeremy Freedman is a writer and artist in New York City. His poems have been published in Queen Mob’s, Cleaver, Alien Mouth, Eclectica, Otoliths and elsewhere. His photographs have been exhibited in Europe and the United States and have been recently featured in Hothouse, Redivider, the Monarch Review, the Citron Review and the Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review. More work can be seen at jfreenyc.com.
4 pieces by Jeremy Freedman
8 pieces by W. Jack Savage
Eclipsing the Geography
He Always Wanted This
Not the Vietnam He Remembered
In My Dream it was Tuesday
From On High
I Had Never Seen a Stork
W. Jack Savage is a retired broadcaster and educator. He is the author of seven books including Imagination: The Art of W. Jack Savage. To date, more than fifty of Jack’s short stories and over six-hundred of his paintings and drawings have been published worldwide. Jack and his wife Kathy live in Monrovia, California. Find him online at wjacksavage.com.
4 pieces by Kyle Hemmings
1. City behind Open Shades
2. Three Sheets to the Wind
3. The Light Room
4. Dirty Wall
Kyle Hemmings has artwork in The Stray Branch, Euphemism, Uppagus, The Bitchin' Kitsch, Black Market Lit, Red Bird Press, and Snapping Twigs, and forthcoming in Convergence. He loves pre-punk garage bands of the 60s, manga, and urban photography/art.
Spill Your Guts
Rose Fahringer is a first year student at Arcadia University studying Graphic Design. 18 years old and queer as hell, Rose is an activist in the social justice community and spends much of their time curled up by their laptop correcting people's intolerant behaviour, as well as thinking what it'd be like to kiss a ghost.
Their art inspirations include Jay Gomez, Gustav Klimt, Jacki Linja, and Alphonse Mucha. Rose's aspirations include seeing more of the world, loving everyone they come into contact with, and eventually becoming a character designer for children's television.
1 piece by Daniel de Culla
Daniel de Culla (1955) is a writer, poet, and photographer. He is also a member of the Spanish Writers Association, Director of the Gallo Tricolor Review, and Robespierre Review. He’s moving between North Hollywood, Madrid and Burgos, Spain.
Daniel de Cullá (1955 Poeta, escritor, pintor y fotógrafo, miembro fundador de la revista literaria Gallo Tricolor. Es miembro de la
Asociación Colegial de Escritores de España. En la actualidad participa en espectáculos que funden poesía, música y teatro