“Our transition from Mechanical to the Information age has bridged the gap between the hard-lined distinction between the technology and science. The 19th century industrial revolution is followed by the success of Newtonian Mechanics.”
POETRY|JENNIFER E. HUDGENS
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.
“The simple fact is that life sucks. Life sucks because I am a woman. Life sucks because I am black. Life sucks because I am gay. Life sucks because I am fat. And yes, there are many social biases and prejudices which can make life difficult. But sometimes, life just sucks. And it sucks for all of us.”
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.
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.
“Lovely intentions wrapped up in sanguine desires. Force fed down the throat of a blacklisted neurotoxin. Stuffed gut. Warped adrenaline.”
“Our material universe is a quantum-mechanical relativistic manifold. At the cosmological scale, the nature and evolution of universe is governed by relativity and at sub-atomic level, the evolution and properties of matter is governed by quantum mechanics.”
Malkeet Kaur resides in Mumbai, India. Though she works as a teacher and passionately loves her profession, she writes poems too. Many of her poems have found places in various anthologies and online journals.
“The Founding Fathers would be appalled at the society America has become.”
“I would love to share my passion and love for dogs through my photography. I want to show what’s best in each dog, I want to catch their souls. When I take pictures of homeless dogs, I want to help them find new loving homes.”
“Can mankind realise that this type of medicine is precious, and should not be consumed like beer or candy. That some infections can be coughed away with the help of fluids and natural antibiotics, such as honey, lemon, ginger, turmeric etc.”
“Rake in the cash. Scheme all day using the sleazy system designed as a pyramid ponzi fiat failure. Fuck the crowd over come nightfall. Club into the early hours of the morning. Ecstasy in the neon fading light. Sleep like a baby on steroids. Dying to reach hormonal balance.”
“Long long time ago I wanted to be a fine art painter, but it was impossible because of circumstances. Later on, when my spare time became more available, I decided to chose something else but very similar. It was photography. I love street moments, human destinies and I also love using photoshop for photo editing, if some images need it.”
“Buy my ‘art’. Buy my unwillingness to contribute for I am above all that, I am special, and I deserve more than most. And you need to support my specialness; you need to buy my art. Support my narcissism.
Make me famous.”
Agnieszka Zaleska’s painting is a kind of trance and the way to exceed limits of physical reality. Her work is the results of contemplation of the visible forms and colors, which in the process of painting become reality.
Sudeep Adhikari comes from Kathmandu in Nepal. He considers poetry to be an impersonal act, largely deriving its content from unconscious psychic undergrounds.
Mel Brackstone loves to produce surreal nudes and portraits that are both sensitive and dreamy. She has a hand made lens that gives quite unusual blur, vignetting, and texture to the images directly from the camera.
Why photography became so popular? Because it is nowdays the most communicable medium with great ability to report and entertain. People love looking at beautiful images. People love to feel good.
“Maybe I am foolish to believe that people at this level of power have a higher than average level of obligation to the betterment of all mankind.”