‘Houdini’s Angel’, ‘Teenage angst has paid off well’, ‘Halfway to Heaven’

Photos by Robbie Masso


Houdini’s Angel

Teenage angst has paid off well

Halfway to Heaven


Robbie Masso is a published poet and photographer, as well as an abstract artist. Check out his website!

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‘Intergalactic’, ‘Tattoo Shop’, ‘I know it looks like Marble’, and more abstract paintings…

Abstract paintings by Robbie Masso


Intergalactic

Intergalactic

Tattoo Shop

Tattoo Shop

I know it looks like Marble

I know it looks like Marble

The Candy Store

The Candy Store

The Valentine's Day Massacre

The Valentine’s Day Massacre


Robbie Masso is a published poet and photographer, as well as an abstract artist. Check out his website!

‘All Is Lost’, ‘Her Milky Ways’, ‘Last Tale’

Three photographs by Fabrice B. Poussin


All Is Lost

Her Milky Ways

Last Tale


Fabrice Poussin teaches French and English at Shorter University. Author of novels and poetry, his work has appeared in Kestrel, Symposium, The Chimes, and dozens of other magazines. His photography has been published in the Front Porch Review, the San Pedro River Review, and more than 200 other publications.

‘Asemic4’, ‘There Might Be More’

Two photographs with digital flourish by
Kyle Hemmings


Asemic4 (2017)

Asemic4 (2017)

There Might Be More (2017)

There Might Be More (2017)


Kyle Hemmings has had his artwork featured in The Stray Branch, Euphemism, Uppagus, South 85 Journal, Black Market Lit, Sonic Boom, Snapping Twigs, Convergence, and elsewhere. He loves pre-punk garage bands from the 60s, manga comics, urban photography, and French Impressionism. 

Untitled

Three photographs by Kyle Hemmings


untitled (2016)

untitled (2016)

untitled (2016)

untitled (2016)

untitled (2016)

untitled (2016)


Kyle Hemmings has had his artwork featured in The Stray Branch, Euphemism, Uppagus, South 85 Journal, Black Market Lit, Sonic Boom, Snapping Twigs, Convergence, and elsewhere. He loves pre-punk garage bands from the 60s, manga comics, urban photography, and French Impressionism. His latest collection of poems and prose is Future Wars, available from Another New Calligraphy.