Sudeep Adhikari comes from Kathmandu in Nepal. He considers poetry to be an impersonal act, largely deriving its content from unconscious psychic undergrounds.
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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.”
Heath Brougher attended Temple University. He recently became the new poetry editor at Five2One Magazine. His has two little books published titled “2” and “A Drought of Ichor”.
Spanish cartoonist Joan Cornellà combines black humor and extreme discomfort, most famously in his wordless, six-panel comics.
“It is guerilla warfare to be sure, cowardly yet effective. These men had a point, they had a message, and their means of spreading it, however controversial, may have been the only method available to them at the time.”
What if figures from famous classical paintings live In the modern-day life? Alexey Kondakov has taken figures from classical art and popped them in car parks, on public transport, and in decrepit back yards.
Filmed over nearly three years, the film follows renowned artist Vik Muniz, as he journeys from his home base in Brooklyn to his native Brazil and the world’s largest garbage dump — Jardim Gramacho, located on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro.
Geosi Gyasi is a book blogger, reader, writer, and interviewer. His work has appeared or forthcoming in Visual Verse, Verse-Virtual, Piker Press, Misty Review, Silver Birch, Linden Avenue, Brittle Paper and elsewhere.
“I have a real treat for you today, a Chinese folk tale from the land of the dragon — written by a genuine fan of original folk lore.”
“There is no illuminati meeting every other Thursday down at the corner pub deciding the fate of the poor and the weak.”
Ajise Vincent is a Nigerian Poet. His poem “Song of a Progeny” was a shortlisted poem at the Korea- Nigeria Poetry feast, 2015.
“Celebrities are people too. You should admire their art, their contributions… sure. But when one kills themselves it does not automatically make them a hero.”
Scott Thomas Outlar hosts the site 17Numa, where links to his published poetry and fiction can be found. His chapbook “Songs of A Dissident” will be released in January of 2016 through Transcendent Zero Press.
The creatures are vividly described in the novel and Mr. Johnson has done an excellent job of remaining true to this description, while creating a creature and experience wholly unique to his vision.
“White people don’t like it when we don’t do well and they don’t like it when we do. But most of all, they don’t like it when they don’t do well” – must-read column by Jenny Zhang.
How much time do we spend in a car? The technology is closing on Us with a metal sheet of solitude hell, and thus I took the opportunity to look out the car window cage and turn the outside world on again.
“We tend to use the terminology ‘Satan’ or ‘Satanic activity’ as code for anything which is against societal norms. ‘Satan’ could be Gozer, or Odin, or Zeus, or Kali, or Allah… Anything Un-American.”