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issue #1   |   fall 2018

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issue #1

sam weinberg: three pieces
vanya truong: typewriter
justin allard: BIGHAIR PERSON
j.i. kleinberg: two pieces
jerrod schwarz: collectible glass
spencer williams: three pieces
william f. clark
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: think of any blue
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#1 (2018)

#2 (2018)

#3 (2018)









languages of deft indentation

rivers have themselves



collectible glass



It's 3:00 am and Grandma's Ghost is in the Kitchen

Portrait of a Crown Heading South for the Winter

Joshua Tree // Stomach Virus

contributor notes

sam weinberg
vanya truong
justin allard
j.i. kleinberg
jerrod schwarz
spencer williams
william f. clark

#1 (2018) #2 (2018) #3 (2018) typewriter BIGHAIR PERSON languages of deft indentation rivers have themselves collectible glass It's 3:00 am and Grandma's
Ghost is in the Kitchen
Portrait of a Crown Heading
South for the Winter
Joshua Tree // Stomach Virus

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Sam Weinberg often funnels air through a metal tube; mashes sounds together on his computer; and, as evidenced within this volume, takes scissors to paper and applies glue to form obliquely geometric collages, which all aim for a certain gestalt cohesion. He lives and does all of these things in Brooklyn, NYC.



Vanya Truong is a nineteen-year-old gremlin living on the west coast. Collaging is her preferred art medium, and she often has compulsions to rip out magazine pages in public settings, like the dentist's office. Her writing and other visual arts work can also be found in the Fem Lit Mag, American Mustard, and Vagabond City Lit.



Justin Allard graduated from Centre College and lives in Louisville, KY. They have written and visual work published by Perigee, Entropy, Magazine, and La Casita Grande Lounge among others



Artist, poet, and freelance writer, J.I. Kleinberg is a Pushcart nominee and winner of the 2016 Ken Warfel Fellowship. Her found poems have appeared in Diagram, Heavy Feather Review, Rise Up Review, The Tishman Review, Hedgerow, Otoliths, and elsewhere. She lives in Bellingham, Washington, and blogs most days at



Jerrod Schwarz teaches creative writing at the University of Tampa and STEM programs at the Glazer Children's Museum. His poetry has appeared in print/online journals such as PANK, Entropy, Opossum, The Fem, Inklette, and many more. Most recently, his erasure poetry was highlighted on New Republic and Poetry Foundation. His first chapbook was published by Rinky Dink Press in 2016. He lives in Tampa, Florida with his wife and twin daughters.



Spencer Williams is a trans woman from Chula Vista, California. She is the author of the chapbook Alien Pink (TAR Chapbook Series, 2017) and has work forthcoming from or featured in ANMLY, Hobart, Cosmonauts Avenue, Alien Mouth, and Potluck. She will be an MFA Candidate at Rutgers-Newark in the fall.


William F. Clark lives in Tucson, AZ, where he is also an MFA candidate in poetry at the University of Arizona.