Category: Print Issues

Anna Maeve

“Lady Silence” Digital Anna Maeve is a jill of all trades hailing from New Zealand. She is a Women in Art Award Finalist 2023. You can view more of her work at Annamaeve.com/gallery....

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Lesley Goodyear

“Alex at the Pool” Acrylic on canvas “Humpback Whales, Mother and Daughter” Acrylic on canvas Lesley Goodyear draws inspiration for many of her paintings from the landscapes...

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Scar

Nancy Mitchell As you grew it grew. A foghorn moaned in a sea        of soybeans. Nothing      the cop said, to see here.   But you stayed and waited until you saw your face—         a...

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I Don’t Want Me Either

Carly Alaimo Morning   Baby boosts herself up to stand using couch. Can now steal Big Girl’s puzzle. Big Girl brings down board over Baby’s head. To keep from screaming, Mommy recites the script...

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Date Night

Alex Tretbar We came here for the endangered Chilean sea bass but I can’t even hear myself chew over the smooth jazz. It is appropriately unbearable when I decide to butter my bread instead of...

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The Bayou

Amy DeBellis At fourteen, your first kiss is quivering, soap-bubble fragile, broken open by your grandfather’s rough voice: “The hell is this?” Even at seventy he’s powerful, six foot three...

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Kateryna Bortsova

“Girls Portraits” Marker, felt tip pen on paper “Look” Oil on canvas Kateryna Bortsova is a painter and graphic artist with a BFA in graphic arts and an MFA. Works of...

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The Loquacious Cowboy Gets Abducted by the Laconic Aliens

Aaron Sandberg Typical American to never shut up, they think. Doesn’t he know they come in peace? They wonder why they picked this part of the planet to survey. His rusty spurs clink against the...

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Susan Dashiell

“Mask 1” Original handcut collage “Strutting” Original handcut collage Susan Dashiell is an ESL teacher living in Bloomfield, NJ who enjoys collaging during quiet moments....

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A Psalm

Brian Russell Roberts Some songs feel exactly like drowning. Especially when they’re sung by a plain-looking miner whose every breath feels like it’s his last, sung as if he was locked in the...

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