Paul Rabinowitz is an author, photographer, and founder of ARTS By The People, a non-profit arts organization, based in New Jersey. Through all mediums of art, Paul aims to capture real people, flaws, and all. He focuses on details that reveal the true essence of a subject, whether they be an artist he’s photographing or a fictional character he’s bringing to life on the page. Paul’s photography, short fiction, and poetry have appeared in many magazines and journals, including Long Exposure, Linden Avenue Literary Journal, Pif, Burningword, The Metalworker, and others. Paul is the author of Limited Light, a book of prose and portrait photography, and a novella, The Clay Urn, (Main Street Rag, 2020). Paul is currently at work on his first novel, Confluence, and Grand Street, Revisited, a collection of prose poems. www.paulrabinowitz.com
Kayla Branstetter is an educator, mother, writer, artist, and photographer from Missouri. She holds an MALS degree in Art, Literature, and Culture from the University of Denver. Her creative nonfiction, art, and photography have appeared in the following journals: the Crowder Quill, Light & Space “All Women” exhibit, The Human Family–Human Rights Festival, The Paragon Press-Echo: Journal of Creative Nonfiction, 805+, High Shelf Press, The Esthetic Apostle, the gyara journal, Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review, a former contributing writer to a regional magazine Ozark Hills and Hollows.
Wilson is a regionalist photographer documenting architectural structures and scenes throughout Illinois where he resides. His photographs have recently appeared in exhibitions at the Black Box Gallery, Portland, Oregon; Midwest Center for Photography, Wichita, Kansas; and PhotoSpiva 2020 National Photography Competition, Joplin, Missouri. Wilson was a medical/surgical and generalist photographer and writer in the health care field for 33 years. “I photograph the everyday, the familiar in unfamiliar places. ‘The mundane is given its beautiful due in that it is photographed at all,’ suggests photographer Anna Shustikova. Structures left behind, dated, discarded, or those I find a bit curious. Rural communities, along back-roads, and within once-thriving urban neighborhoods; these are my vistas. I am hopeful that my photographs are reminders of humanness, culture, and community.”
Meg Freer grew up in Missoula, Montana, where her father passed on to her his love of photography. She now lives in Kingston, Ontario where she teaches piano, writes poetry and enjoys the outdoors. Her photos and poems have been published in literary journals and have won awards both in North America and overseas.
Kip Knott’s work has recently appeared in The Ekphrastic Review, Light Space & Time, Tiny Seed Literary Journal, and Wild Roof Journal, among other places. His full-length book of poetry—Tragedy, Ecstasy, Doom, and so on—is forthcoming later this year from Kelsay Books. Currently, he is a teacher and an art dealer who lives in Delaware, Ohio. More of his work can be accessed at www.kipknott.com.
Featuring: Issue 95, published July 2020, features works of poetry, flash fiction, short nonfiction, and photography by Anatoliy Anshin, Shelley Benaroya, Barry Biechner, Kayla Branstetter, Linda Buckmaster, Jeff Burd, Louis Dennis, Steven Deutsch, donnarkevic, Kika Dorsey, Sharon L. Esterly, Laurette Folk, Eric Forsbergh, Meg Freer, Michael J. Galko, Brad G Garber, Melissa Grunow, Tresha Faye Haefner, Brett Harrington, Max Heinegg, AE Hines, Babitha Marina Justin, Babo Kamel, Alysia Kaplan, Emily Kingery, Kip Knott, Raphael Kosek, Mary Hills Kuck, DS Maolalai, Glen A. Mazis, Kiyoon Nam, Martina Reisz Newberry, BN Oakman, Michael Parker, Samantha Pilecki, Susan Pope, Mary Jean Port, Andy Posner, Paul Rabinowitz, Patrick T. Reardon, Rikki Santer, Robb Shaffer, John Sierpinski, Catherine Sutthoff Slaton, Karin Spitfire, Connie Wieneke, and Stephen Curtis Wilson.
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