Inbetween – Some Photos

These are some photos by Bri Bruce, that were included in the 2nd Edition of Near Window, Inbetween.

Award-winning author and Pushcart Prize nominee, California poet Bri Bruce has been deemed the “heiress of Mary Oliver.” With a bachelor’s degree in literature and creative writing from the University of California at Santa
Cruz, her work has appeared in dozens of anthologies, magazines, and literary publications, including The Sun Magazine, Northwind Magazine, The Soundings Review, and The Monterey Poetry Review, among others. Most recently the recipient of the Pushpen Press Pendant Prize for Poetry, Bruce is the author of three books, The Weight of Snow, 28 Days of Solitude, and The Starling’s Song. Her much praised debut collection The Weight of Snow was the 2014 International Book Awards poetry category finalist and the 2014 USA Best Book Awards poetry category finalist.

Reclining at the Window

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 composed of simple yet surreal lines create a world that can be stepped into and out of. You can see more of her work at @lianamaher_artist

Extract from Sketchbook (Optical Telegraphs by the Sea)

Extract from sketchbook (optical telegraphs by the sea)
Robyn McKenzie

Robyn McKenzie is a mixed media artist from Nottingham, who lives and works in London. They graduated from Wimbledon College of Art and has exhibited in a number of group exhibitions, including the Slate Project’s exhibition Demimonde. Their work currently focuses on depict the flotsam and jetsam of history and the way they wash up in the public consciousness. You can find them and their work on instagram @what_with_things_being