Valentin Fauque is a French Anglophile. He can be spotted living his best life between the Sorbonne and the American Centre in Paris. He still can’t tell a bop from a banger. Find him on twitter @intercompareAY.
Liana Maher is a London-based artist who works to capture the myriad expressions of femininity and the dream state wanderings of the mind. Her black and white drawings composing of simple yet surreal lines create a world that can be stepped in and out of, giving the viewer space to create their own personal stories and connections with the works. You can see her work at @lianamaher_artist.
Milo Gorgevska lives in the dreary suburbs outside of Toronto, Ontario. Nonbinary and queer, they identify as a menace to society’s traditions. As a jack-of-all-trades, they are an author, director, poet & screenwriter. Previously, their writing under the pen name ‘Kara Petrovic’ has been published in Philadelphia Stories, Train: A Poetry Journal & others. TheirContinue reading “Firmly Planted by Streams of Water”
by Leah Mueller The absurdity of being so round, with such an eager mouth. The hippo looks like it’s about to bite into something, but it’s also smiling, like it’s goddamned delighted to be the most ridiculous animal in the room. Relentlessly positive New Agers see these beasts as noble creatures. Their essays claim thatContinue reading “Seven Ways of Looking at a Hippopotamus”
Patio Furniture in a Mid-April Cold Snap by Kelly Burdick sit in the outdoor seating areaof the only fast-food restaurantin a single traffic signal townafter hours in the darkalways the neon lights alwaysthe sound of water alwaysthe trees the road the cars the windhere no one knows you herethere are night birds hereis a littleContinue reading “Patio Furniture in a Mid-April Cold Snap”