In her mysterious monochromatic photographs, Jing Lin reconstructs a familiar world that no one has been to. Her background in motion pictures informs her current work. As a graduate photography student at Academy of Art University, she worked with multiple darkroom techniques in traditional and alternative printing processes. She blurs the edge between photography and painting through the use of experimental processes. Solitary, Jing’s most recent body of work, in which she is portraying a nonexistent place to examine the theme of self-confinement. Constantly, she explores photography with these questions in mind: What did I see? What did I not see? Chinese, b. 1993, Chengdu, China, based in San Francisco, USA. https://www.jinglinphotography.com
Dr. Benjamin Erlandson is a perpetual skeptic, longitudinal thinker, brewer, gardener, photographer, learning systems designer, and writer of fiction and nonfiction. Combinations of his efforts often manifest as technology, visual media, and printable narrative. Having tried nearly every platter on the capitalist corporate industrial buffet, he’s just not found anything to his liking. He spends quite a bit of time in the mountains and rivers instead. Mostly on foot. Dr. Erlandson has published extensively in academia, including several peer-reviewed articles and co-authorship of the graduate-level textbook Design For Learning In Virtual Worlds. He has self-published the narrative nonfiction work Winter South 02014, about a road trip from California back to his home state of North Carolina. With another nonfiction project in the works, he switches gears between fiction, nonfiction, and photography to keep his mind limber. He’s been shooting for more than twenty-five years and writing creatively for more than thirty. Born and raised in Elkin, North Carolina, Ben has degrees from UNC-Asheville, Emerson College, and Arizona State University, and has lived and worked in Asheville, Boston, Tempe, Monterey Bay, Berkeley, and Washington, DC. He currently resides in Glade Valley, North Carolina, and hopes to build an ecological homestead, or just travel around the North American continent on foot, bicycle, and touring kayak, practicing photography and telling stories.
Heath Brougher is the poetry editor of Into the Void Magazine, winner of the 2017 and 2018 Saboteur Award for Best Magazine. He is a multiple nominee for The Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net Award. His newest book is “To Burn in Torturous Algorithms” (Weasel Press, 2018). His work has appeared in journals such as Taj Mahal Review, Chiron Review, MiPOesias, and Main Street Rag.
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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