“It provides statistical data on steeply declining readership rates, steeply declining Google searches for poetry.”
POETRY|JENNIFER E. HUDGENS
KEVIN EDLIN | INTERVIEW
Slawomir Shuty — recognized intermedia artist, writer, movie director, performer, author of the first polish hypertext. Lives in Cracow, Poland.
Clara Gamito is a landscape photographer from Portugal. Born in Alentejo region, she holds a master degree in chemical engineering. No more words needed. Only more time for pure pleasure of watching the mother Nature at her best.
“Our knowledge of the material world has increased exponentially due to this non-linear entanglement between science and technology.”
Art is eternal. Avant-garde is immortal. It pushes the boundaries of what is accepted as the norm or the status quo, primarily in the cultural realm.
Allison Grayhurst is a member of the League of Canadian Poets. Three of her poems have been nominated for Sundress Publications “Best of the Net” 2015, and she has over 850 poems published in more than 380 international journals and anthologies.
“In some western cultures, women don’t remove their underarm hair. If you are not familiar with this, it can be quite a shock.”
“Even with a red House and Senate Donald Trump is going to find he won’t get at least half of what he wants pushed through.”
“I have been told to stand regally in front of the door, to respect the stature and tradition of the position, but I am not wearing a tall fuzzy hat and this ain’t London luv.”
“The rebirth of a phoenix Is a legend, popular but misleading Whereas the rebirth of An ageing eagle is a reality, hidden somewhere as he retreats Into a cliff corner.”
Two photographers — Carla DLM from New York City and Loïc Remy from Paris, have joined efforts in an ongoing collaboration that transcends borders and connects “the city that doesn’t sleep” and “the city of light”.
“When existence is an escalator in reverse perforce the pate ingests somatic arrears. Habituated to homing and hoarding swinishness is our default setting.”
Nana Arhin Tsiwah, author and co-author of “Dead Epistles” & “Palm Leaves” (both poetry collections) edits African poetry for Lunaris Review, Nigeria. Tsiwah writes from his fatherland, Cape Coast, Ghana.
“Every evil in this country does not go back to the sin of slavery. How many years of padding will it take before we all see ourselves simply as Americans?”
Best world’s galleries. Newest trends. How does the international art market work? We had a pleasure to interview the world-renowned artist, whose paintings are being sold in prestigious galleries around the world.
Ajise Vincent is based in Sokoto, Nigeria. His works have appeared or are forthcoming at The Bond Street Review, Indiana Voice Journal, Jawline Review, Jalada, Ink and many more. He is a recipient of the Eriata Oribhabor poetry prize 2015.
“I wanted to document the discovery of an island where pink caterpillars crawl in concert to the chorus of monarch butterfly bliss as they drift serenely through the air toward their next incarnation. I wanted to submerge to the dark depths of insanity only to rise again upon an emerging tide into perfect peaceful coexistence.”