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Issue 12

New work by Kyle Dargan, Leslie Pietrzyk, Rochelle Hurt, and many more

POETRY

JELLYFISH by Shenandoah Sowash

TWO POEMS by Kyle Dargan

TWO POEMS by Amorak Huey

TWO POEMS by Kara Kai Wang

ROBIN’S EGG by Keith Leonard

TWO POEMS by Ellen C. Bush

BLACK BALLAD by Afua Ansong

TWO POEMS by Rochelle Hurt

HARPER STEWART by Clemonce Heard

THEY THINK THEY KNOW AMELIA EARHART by Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach

SUPERNOVA by Victoria McArtor

CLIMATE-CONTROLLED by Marielle Prince

HERE, THE SPARROWS WERE, ALL ALONG by Chelsea Dingman

 

FICTION

LEFTOVERS by Leslie Pietrzyk

FRANCIE AND SAMANTHA by Janice Obuchowski

JACONITA by Dylan Brie Ducey

 

 

ARTWORK

What Lies Beneath by Jemison Faust

 

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About Jemison Faust

Jemison Faust
Jemison Faust received an MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Her work has been exhibited at the Newport Art Museum, the Amos Eno Gallery in NYC, the Erector Square Gallery in Connecticut, the Cushing Martin Gallery at Stonehill College and the Fitchburg Museum. Her awards include a Fellowship in Painting from the RI State Council on the Arts and a Fellowship from the MacDowell Artists Colony. She twice received 1st place in Painting and twice received 1st Place in Mixed Media at the Newport Art Museum’s Annual Juried Exhibitions where, in 2017, she was winner of “Best in Show.” Her work is represented by Atelier Newport in Newport RI and the Bromfield Gallery in Boston. These many layered collage paintings are loosely based on amusing and poignant conversations I have had in my work as a Personal Organizer as well as the larger issues raised by the journey through someone’s life.