We’re looking for an artist with a retro sense of style for an upcoming poetry book that looks back at the ’80s. The decade of synth-pop and big hair has a lot to be nostalgic about, but one of our favorite things was the birth of MTV. We’re looking for illustrations with a graphic feeling that evoke the bold lines of the era, the street art of Keith Haring, and the design trends of the Memphis style. But the work should be uniquely yours.Read More
This weekend we celebrate Pride here in New York. Sometimes it’s easy to forget how vital Pride is because I live just steps away from Stonewall, the epicenter of where the gay rights movement began. It’s not because I’m unaware of the persecution against LGBTQ+ folks—I’ve lived through my share of hardships because of my sexual identity. But amid the comings and goings of everyday life, it’s sometimes too easy to become comfortable.Read More
I sat down with Dudgrick Bevins to discuss his debut full-length poetry collection, Route 4, Box 358. Struck by the way he explored his relationship with home, family and—ultimately—himself, I wanted to understand the stories behind the stories and what motivated Bevins to reveal the stories he did.Read More
New work from Michael Tice, all created this year! His book Retrospective, which we published in 2013, celebrates the decades-long career of the artist. For more from Michael as he shares his work, follow his Instagram. And if you haven’t seen our Studio Visit video with him, be sure to check that out!
Last year we published the debut full-length collection by Dudgrick Bevins, Route 4, Box 358 as a followup to his 2017 chapbook with luke kurtis, Georgia Dusk. He also released a chapbook titled My Feelings are Imaginary People Who Fight for My Attention (The Poet’s Haven) as well as a few other poems (and photos) in various literary journals. Check them out here!
- Garden of the Gods [photos]
- Baby Blanket No. 1, 2, & 3 [poems]
- Scry: The Photo Tarot of my Grandfather [poem]
- The Rifle [poem]
- Icarus, Who [poem]
Be sure to keep an eye out for more from Dudgrick in the future. We expect this is not the last you will hear from him.