Month: June 2021

Book Club By Hana Zittel

Book Club By Hana Zittel Published Issue 090, June 2021 A Perfect Cemetery by Federico Falco (2016), Translated by Jennifer Croft 2021 Federico Falco circles the melancholy circumstances of death in his first translated book into English through five short stories. Each set in the mountainous region of Córdoba, Argentina, Falco winds us into snippets …

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Queen City Sounds By Tom Murphy

Queen City Sounds By Tom Murphy Published Issue 090, June 2021 Eolian | Division Ian O’Dougherty is no newcomer to conceptual song cycles. One of his old bands Uphollow crafted ambitious art rock and pop songs from the late 90s onward. This 2021 release from Eolian drew from O’Dougherty’s Zen-like observations about tragedy and disaster …

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Floating in the Underside with Frankie Toan By Dave Jasmon

Floating in the Underside with Frankie Toan By Dave Jasmon Published Issue 090, June 2021 The Denver-based artist will be featured in Meow Wolf’s third permanent exhibition, coming Fall 2021. The Creation Large, plush fingers crawl down the walls of Frankie Toan’s third-floor artspace at Meow Wolf Denver’s upcoming exhibition. The playfully bold colors, bright knuckles, …

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Taco Tuesday By Ray Young Chu

Taco Tuesday By Ray Young Chu Published Issue 090, June 2021 Ray Young Chu’s background starts with his grandfather being taken away by North Korean soldiers for being a preacher when his dad was six. They never saw him since. This back history has contributed to Ray’s continuous search for meaning and purpose behind his …

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Kodak 400 By Caitlyn Grabenstein

Kodak 400 By Caitlyn Grabenstein Published Issue 090, June 2021 Caitlyn Grabenstein, a.k.a. Cult Class, is a collage artist, sketch artist, and designer out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She started doing art at a very young age and has pursued it in different forms throughout her life. While working in the music industry and running her …

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