by Sam Ray Sam Ray Sam Ray is a fresh face to poetry, but growing up with the strip as her backyard it’s no wonder this poet knows how to captivate a crowd. The multi-talented 26 year old has featured at places like Cork & Thorn and the Utah Arts Festival. Her poetry is truthful … Continue reading WOMEN.

Art by Rebecca Pyle

Rebecca Pyle Rebecca Pyle’s photographs are in The Healing Muse, Thirty West, Tulane Review, Belle Ombre, and soon to be on two covers of Castabout. She’s a writer and painter, too, with work in New England Review and Hawai’i Review and The Chattahoochee Review and The Penn Review, and many more. See rebeccapyleartist.com. Rebecca lives … Continue reading Art by Rebecca Pyle

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D.s. kinsel D.S. Kinsel is an award winning cultural agitator. He expresses his creativity through the mediums of painting, installation, curating, and performance. Kinsel’s work puts focus on themes of space keeping, urban tradition, hip-hop, informalism and Cultural Appropriation. D.S. has served creative residencies at Artist Image Resource, Kelly Strayhorn Theater, Pittsburgh Public Schools, Carnegie … Continue reading BLM Icon

Art by Jury S. Judge

Jury S. Judge Jury S. Judge is an internationally published artist, writer, poet, photographer, and cartoonist. Her “Astronomy Comedy” cartoons are published in the Lowell Observer. Her artwork has been published in literary magazines such as, “Amsterdam Quarterly,” “Permafrost,” and “Timber.” She has been interviewed on the television news program, NAZ Today for her work … Continue reading Art by Jury S. Judge

Art by Doug Flaherty

Doug Flaherty Doug Flaherty’s abstract digital art has appeared on covers of the Wisconsin Review, and One Trick Pony. Other cover art appeared on poets’ chapbooks. His art work is forthcoming in Abstract magazine in NYC. Flaherty has published poetry in the New Yorker, the Nation, North American Review, and scores of other literary magazines. … Continue reading Art by Doug Flaherty