Song of Polymers, by Paul Cunningham

SONG OF POLYMERSby Paul Cunningham  Paul Cunningham is a PhD candidate at the University of Georgia. From the Swedish, he is the translator of Helena Österlund's Words (OOMPH! Press, 2019). He has also translated two chapbooks by Sara Tuss Efrik: Automanias Selected Poems (Goodmorning Menagerie, 2016) and The Night's Belly (Toad Press, 2016). His creative and [...]

Song of Polymers, by Paul Cunningham2019-12-10T14:34:09+00:00

Artwork by Katlyn Brumfield

Katlyn Brumfield grew up around the forests and farmlands of central Kentucky. Her work has been featured at several galleries and exhibition spaces including the Lexington Art League, Manifest Gallery and Drawing Center, the Ann Arbor Art Center, and the Huntington Museum of Art. She is [...]

Artwork by Katlyn Brumfield2019-05-20T14:12:33+00:00

A Photograph by Rebecca Cristante

Rebecca Cristante is an Atlanta based visual artist, writer, and scholar from Southwest Georgia. She is currently furthering her studies in Environmental Science at Georgia State University. Her poems and prose have appeared in journals such as Eyedrum Periodically, Burnt District, The Five Hundred, Constellations Journal, Mistake House Magazine, and the Remington [...]

A Photograph by Rebecca Cristante2019-05-20T14:09:57+00:00

Photographs by Devang Shrimali

Devang Shrimali: "I am a wildlife and travel photographer. I was born and raised in Gwalior, INDIA. I have been a nature and wildlife enthusiast since my childhood ,I am a strong supporter of wildlife and natural habitat conservation .I hope that sharing photographs will inspire others to appreciate [...]

Photographs by Devang Shrimali2019-05-20T14:05:34+00:00

Two Photographs by Dawnelle Jager

Dawnelle Jager: Photographs: "Anticipated Velocity"--Scene hours before 60 mph wind evacuation from Rodanthe, South Carolina. "Swan Serenity"--A peaceful moment from the boardwalk in the Marsh at Huntington Beach State Park, South Carolina.

Two Photographs by Dawnelle Jager2019-05-21T15:26:19+00:00