Thanks to NEW PAGES for the thoughtful review of our summer 2016 issue, with special praise for essays by Julie Anderson and Bea Chang, a poem by Ron Smith, and Bradley Dicharry’s photo essay featuring vernacular sign design (see some of his images with this post).
Read the full review here.
And enjoy a sampling of the issue’s contents here.
You’ll find Bryant Mangum’s take on the literary and popular Fitzgeralds, Amira Pierce’s stroll along the Corniche Beirut, Deborah Jiang-Stein on her mother’s status as the subject of prison medical experiments, Henry Walters’s joyful world-beat poems, an interview with cinema effects designer TyRuben Ellingson, and Harry Kollatz’s scrutinity of our own office’s block on Richmond’s Broad Street, from colonial days through Jim Crow and into the present spot on the map of Virginia Commonwealth University.
We’re proud of the entire issue, of course, and the team of writers, artists, editors, and designers who made it happen. Huzzah! It’s been an honor.
Onward we travel, circling the concentrick Earth …
Images by Bradley Dicharry from his photo essay “Letters & Arts.”