Luke David Mechem: two woodcuts

Reader, we’re into awkward hands and ambiguous stares as much as the next magazine. Please enjoy these as much as we do, Luke David Mechem‘s Otter and Untitled No. 10:

Luke David Mechem - Otter[sample]

Luke David Mechem - Unititled No. Ten[sample]

These woodcuts originally appeared in SC 4.2. Physical and digital. Subscriptions for those who love a mammal. It is indeed humid in here; read on.

Thomas Gillaspy: two photos

Oh hello, circling back so soon? We’re thinking of new angles and geometric progressions. Here are two photographs by Thomas GillaspyConfident and Curved Red:

Thomas Gillaspy - Confident[sample]

Thomas Gillaspy - Curved Red[sample]

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Leonard Kogan: two paintings

The squeezed-out month of August is here, Dear Reader, and we’re showing off our shapes! Today it’s Leonard Kogan‘s paintings Observing and Shaping and Untitled:

Leonard Kogan - Observing and Shaping[sample5.5x150]

Leonard Kogan - Untitled[sample5.5x150]

These paintings first appeared in SC 4.2. Pick up a print copy or ebook edition over here. Subscribe like you mean it. Read on!

Jacob Aiello: two flashes

We’re going to guess everyone’s a bit tired of spectacle, so here are two stories about people who ride the bus and answer the phone, Jacob Aiello‘s “People Call” and “The Strangest, Most Amazing Thing I’ve Seen All Day“:

Jacob Aiello - Two flashes [sample2]

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Sea Sharp Wins Pushcart

We joyfully announce: Storm Cellar author Sea Sharp‘s “The Tallgrass Shuffles” (SC 4.2) has been selected for inclusion in The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses XLI (2017)! Our gratitude to the editors of the collection and Bill Henderson, the publisher. Our greatest gratitude to Sea for choosing to share their work with us all.

Read the poem:

Sea Sharp - The Tallgrass Shuffles[3] Sea Sharp - The Tallgrass Shuffles[4]