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Steven D Stark, the author of four books, writes fiction and poetry and does visual art. His work has recently been published in Frigg, The Doctor TJ Eckelburg Review, 3 am, Litn’Image, Mudlark, McSweeney’s, The Cafe Review, HOOT, Otoliths, OccuPoetry, Eclectica, Mobius, fleeting, and, among others, Clapboard House, where he won the short story prize. [...]

 


Volodymyr Bilyk was born in the Ukraine and has a degree in journalism. He is considered to be one of the few representatives of the so-called Ukrainian Extreme Literature. Besides being a writer, he is also a visual artist, sound producer, video artist, and a collector of films. He is a co-editor of the Extreme [...]

 


Mathias Jansson (b.1972) is a Swedish art critic and poet. He writes horror poems, visual poetry and meta-fiction. He is interested in new media and creates his visual poetry with help of Web 2.0 tools and new visual images as barcodes, QR-codes etc. Mathias has been published in different magazines and anthologies. Cover Title: Desktop [...]

 


I have been at this creating thing a long time… using images words sounds together. Figured that if i could trust the essence of one discipline i would really be safe trusting three. How else to get to truth… to became awake… to choose a path through the chaos. Did the usual things… visited ahKuhDemeEeeuh [...]

 


David Jalajel is originally from Baltimore, Maryland. He is the author of Moon Ghazals (Beard of Bees Press, 2009) and a book-length poem in Sapphic meter, Cthulhu on Lesbos (Ahadada Books, 2011). His recent textual poetry has appeared in Otoliths, Shampoo, Anti-, Recursive Angel, experiential-experimental-literature, Mizna, and Lynx. His visual work has been featured at [...]

 



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