Glen Thackery Attended Vanderbilt university from 8-2009 to 5-2013 where he majored in political science. He currently works as an aid to Tennessee State Representative Chuck Fleishmann.
POETRY|JENNIFER E. HUDGENS
KEVIN EDLIN | INTERVIEW
This artist doesn’t fit the modern “crazy” experimental style of painting.
“I now find myself, a devout atheist, sitting across from a demure red haired woman who has at one point devoted her life to the service of Christ.”
“The Battle of Chernobyl” by Thomas Johnson is an in depth and often intimate look at the night Chernobyl experienced history’s first ever serious nuclear accident.
“I rip apart images of things around me. Dark Visions full of shadows stalking senses. A child’s face, an old man, a beautiful woman.”
His poems have appeared in Word Riot, Zygote in my Coffee, Camroc Press Review, Haggard and Halo, Poetry Super Highway, Mad Swirl, Underground Voices Magazine, Blazevox, and many other magazines.
In his paintings you can see the longing for a return to the sensitivity and perfection of great Renaissance artists.
As with all wars, the main victims are those innocent civilians stuck in the middle and McCullin’s descriptions of such people really put life into perspective and the luxuries that we all take for granted.
The sculptures utilize polyesters applied directly onto the human body or mold. Basically the sculptures look very, very real, almost alive. No more marble, no more chisel.
Patricia’s one of the most renowned work – “The Young family” was inspired by scientists’ plans to begin breeding genetically-modified pigs to provide replacement organs and insulin-producing cells for humans.
“Though I tried to prepare myself in advance, it was admittedly shocking to me to see a cavernous hall (a wholesale produce market on weekdays) converted into an open market for lethal weapons.”
The film is 94 minutes 53 seconds long and includes scenes selected from 4,500 hours of footage in 80,000 submissions from 192 nations.
The creation of these images becomes a play with complex spaces and perspectives in order to create normally non-accessible places in a completely artificial arrangement of space and light.
She is the author of Balloon Pop Outlaw Black (Octopus Books, 2012).In April 2014, Patricia Lockwood was a featured writer for Harriet.
‘Paradox’ by Jeremy Haccoun is a science fiction/ fantasy thriller which delivers on its premise. The basic plot revolves around a man regaining consciousness in an unfamiliar place stranded with one other man.
It follows the site’s enigmatic founder and new new enemy No. 1 of the Pentagon Julian Assange, including his recent arrest in London.
“Today I’m interested in architecture, tomorrow I’m in the forest and admire the beauty of nature.”
“My work has been published in many magazines and exhibitions from Amsterdam, New York, Sacramento and Jakarta to Bagdad and many more.”