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Volume #01 

  Monday, April 13th 2020

 


Contributing Artists:
  1. KARLY HARTZMAN
  2. HARRISON ATKINS
  3. JACKIE BRAJE
  4. MJ LENDERMAN 
  5. AURORA BODENHAMER (prompts)
  6. COVID BAILOUT FUND




“SELECTED WORK”


Illustrations and photography by:

KARLY HARTZMAN 

Karly fronts the band WEDNESDAY. She is now at home drawing single-panel comics and sewing her patchwork clothing line. 

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April 13th
2020

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“UNTITLED QUARTINBE MOVIE” 


Short film and Q&A with: 

HARRISON ATKINS 

Harrison is an editor and independent film maker. His feature length LACE CRATER premiered at TIFF in 2015. We sat down with Harrison to see how he was handling the quar.

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April 13th
2020 

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“CAROL ARRANGES THE BODIES”


Poetry by: 

JACKIE BRAJE 


It is said a Mother and Daughter laid alone in front of a screen door, together, for cool air in the/summer orchard of Cromwell, IN, but I doubt it, for the dog was also there, for the gladiolas

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April 13th
2020

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“GOOD VIBES TONIGHT”


Music and Illustrations by: 

MJ LENDERMAN

MJ “Jake” Lenderman is a musician and song writer to projects JAIL, MJ LENDERMAN, SLUGLY and more. Listen to his recent single.

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April 13th
2020

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CREATIVE PROMPTS


this weeks judge is:

AURORA BODENHAMER 

We asked Aurora what themes and ideas are currently driving her work. She answered and delivered some creative prompts to help those feeling stuck. Coolest response will be featured in next week’s round-up. 

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April 13th
2020

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Volume #02 

  Monday, April 20th 2020

 


Contributing Artists:
  1. AMANDA KRAMER
  2. CANDELA PÉREZ
  3. COLIN MILLER
  4. JEN FISHER
  5. INDIGO DE SOUZA (prompts)
  6. COVID BAILOUT FUND




“MAKE IT LAST FOREVER”


Short Film and Q&A by:

AMANDA KRAMER 

Amanda is an independent filmmaker and screenwriter. Her feature length films LADYWORLD and PARIS WINDOW screened at TIFF, Cannes Film Fesitval and elsewhere. We had the chance to check in with Amanda to see how her quar was going. 

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“DA FÉ”


Photography by:

CANDELA PÉREZ

“I try to portray an affect of closeness by looking around and finding simple elements that can be turned into a given narrative.”

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April 20th
2020

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“HOW ARE YOU”


Poetry by:

JEN FISHER

how are you. must be a response not in vocal cords. words don’t work right now ive been/ licking my dirty hands for weeks now that there isn’t enough soap to clean everything safe as/ the saliva. drawn from. the belly holds the truth. keep the belly. honest. primal instinct I lick my

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April 20th
2020

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“HIDEOUT”


Music and Graphic Poetry by:

COLIN MILLER

Colin’s new ambient, instrumental album is the perfect soundtrack for your isolated days ahead. Paired with three graphic poems, Colin’s work is singularly warm.  

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April 20th
2020

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“BABY’S FIRST FAIRY HOUSE”



Prompts and a video by:

INDIGO DE SOUZA

Indigo builds the house of your inner-child’s dreams. She also gives us a truly generative prompt. Coolest response will be featured on the next issue of The Review

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Volume #03 

  Monday, April 27th 2020

 


Contributing Artists:

  1. HUNTER ZIMNY
  2. MARIE LOPEZ
  3. ZAN DE PARRY
  4. FIONA AND FRED
  5. MATTHEW REED
  6. COVID BAILOUT FUND




“PARAMUS,NEW JERSEY”


SHORT FILMS AND Q&A by:

HUNTER ZIMNY

Hunter has worked as director, cinematographer, actor, gaffer, and editor for many New York productions. We sat down with Hunter to ask about his work as writer and director of his own films.  

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April 27th
2020

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“WHAT ARE YOU DOING”


POETRY by:

MARIE LOPEZ

What are you doing./When I’m not reading Gertrude Stein,/I’m writing./When I’m not writing/I’m reading Gertrude Stein,/It can all be so simple./Gertrude Stein and writing./One or the other./

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April 27th
2020

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“LEASH OF JOY”


POETRY by:

ZAN DE PARRY

I'm stressful today/ Tripped over an erect mop/ Cut my hand very bad/ Literally shifted the whole meat/ Ran around the kitchen/ Pouring very precious blood/ Stood at a threshold and/ Ma, am I okay?

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“TOUCH MY ECCENTRICITES”


SINGLE by:

FIONA AND FRED

Fiona and Fred are a Brooklyn-based synthpop duo, whose latest single brings a libidinal sweetness.   
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April 27th
2020

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“GOOD TIME TERRORISM”


ARTWORK by:

MATTHEW REED

Matt is a musician and visual artist. His latest series is a postmodern assemblage, mixing media and examining American values. 

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April 27th
2020

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Volume #04 

  Monday, May 4th 2020

 


Contributing Artists:

  1. MATT D’ELIA
  2. BARRY SCHWABSKY
  3. HAYDÉE TOUITOU
  4. TIM CONTERIO
  5. COVID BAILOUT FUND



“ANOTHER SONG”


SHORT FILM AND Q&A by:

MATT D’ELIA

Matt is an LA-based writer and director, and host of the podcast MATT D’DELIA IS CONFUSED. His feature film AMERICAN ANIMAL screened in competition at SXSW in 2012. We sat down with Matt to talk about his recent short film, “Dog Cinema,” and his plans for the future.

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May 4th
2020

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“NO MEANIE WEENIES”


ARTWORK by:

TIM CONTERIO

Tim’s latest selection of drawings and multimedia collage offers a simple moral imperative: don’t be mean. 

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May 4th
2020

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“AND NOTHING BUT”


THREE POEMS by:

BARRY SCHWABSKY

You can look in the mirror to practice crying/ meanwhile words slip away/ who could follow their braided repartee/ each syllable a plan gone astray/last thought/ best thought/ next thought

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“YELLOW SOCKS”


POETRY AND PHOTOGRAPHY by:

HAYDÉE TOUITOU AND MARIE DÉHÉ

What does it mean/ For a pair of socks/ To be/ Carefully/ Folded/ I never know how to do that/ How to fold my socks/ I usually make some/ sort of ball Out of them both/

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May 4th
2020


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Volume #05 

  Monday, May 11th 2020



Contributing Artists:
  1. COCO GORDON MOORE
  2. ROSIE ROBERTS
  3. WILLIAM GRAHAM
  4. COVID BAILOUT FUND


“LIGHT SHINES ON A BOOK I WANT TO READ. I READ A DIFFERENT BOOK”


THREE POEMS by:

COCO GORDON MOORE

when Hayley was ten or eleven/ she got her heart x-rayed/the doctors didn’t see anything/(stupid doctors!)/ some other doctors said Asthma/ but it’s too dark in here for that
 
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May 11th
2020

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“DISTRUST OF GROUPTHINK LOVE OF GROUPTHINK”


THREE POEMS by:

ROSIE ROBERTS

an exchange balanced on the sliver of life/ given in between profit of profit we/ collect to exchange contactless, but caress/ nothing so easy as peeling an orange and/ picking off all the pith and watching unbearable/ unbearable saying success success success like

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“NOTES ON PROCESS”


ILLUSTRATIONS AND VISUAL JOURNALING by:

WILLIAM GRAHAM

Will is a painter based in Boone, North Carolina. While unable to access his studio, Will has been maintaining a practice within constraint.

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