Andrew Wetmore / 3 Visual Poems Andrew Wetmore is a poet from Anaheim, California. His poems have appeared in The Pink Attic Review, Insomniac Propagandist, Vagabond City Lit, and Crooked Teeth Lit amongst others.
Koe-San, creator of the Silent Letter Project and motel manager in the story of 'Motel 333' - a Polaroid Series about a Motel Staff and their guests. In silence, each room relays a message
Emily Joyce / Visual Art Emily Joyce was born in 1976 in Illinois and was educated at the Glasgow School of Art and the Rhode Island School of Design (BFA 1998). Joyce’s paintings investigate the resonance of mathematics in the natural world and art history through pattern based and rhythmic abstraction. Her … Continue reading Emily Joyce
Michelle Chong / Visual Art Michelle Chong was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles. She holds an MFA from Otis College of Art and Design and an MA in Psychology from Antioch University. Michelle Chong is an artist, curator, and licensed psychotherapist. She has exhibited regionally and internationally, including the … Continue reading Michelle Chong
Interview: Margaret Stolte by Ali Lange In 1992, poet and activist Zoe Leonard wrote the controversial poetic essay “I want a president” in support of third party presidential candidate, Eileen Myles. Leonard promoted the idea of democratically elected government as a true reflection of its constituents, as opposed to the traditionally elite, mostly white, mostly … Continue reading Interview: Margaret Stolte by Ali Lange
Larissa Nickel- hand painted image, superimposed on vintage wallpaper, Rockhaven Sanitarium, 2017. Photo by Linda Ravenswood. Rockhaven Sanitarium was opened in 1923 by psychiatric nurse Agnes Richards for women with “mild mental and nervous disorders.” Located in Northern Glendale, California, the Friends of Rockhaven are working with artists and donors to educate the public on … Continue reading Rockhaven Sanitarium by Larissa Nickel
CAROLE SILVERSTEIN is a Los Angeles based artist who has exhibited in galleries and alternative venues throughout the US, including New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Portland, and San Francisco. In 2015 she showed at the 56th Venice Biennale in an exhibit entitled “We Must Risk Delight: 20 Artists from Los Angeles” at the … Continue reading Art by Carole Silverstein
May Roded is a first generation Israeli-American printmaker and photographer who lives and works in Long Beach, CA. In 2017 May received her Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Printmaking at California State University, Long Beach. Through use of printmaking and photography, May explores various ways memory can become rewritten or recalled. Almost all of … Continue reading Untitled by May Roded
Ambar Osorio is a latinx feminist interdisciplinary artist who through the use of her own body in her work, reclaims her body and empowers other brown femmes to do the same. Symbols in her work like vulvas, nipples, hair, and pregnancy point to the social constructs femininity and masculinity as she defies their traditional definitions … Continue reading “Bonita y Peludita” by Ambar Osorio
Chryssanthy Kofidou ia a Production Designer living and working in LA. She holds 2 MFA degrees in design.