Issue 90



Issue 90


Rowan Ricardo Phillips
Amy M. Alvarez
Leslie Harrison
Wayne Koestenbaum
Stephanie Choi
John Freeman
Sylvia Jones
Robert Wood Lynn
Alicia Mountain
Fernando Trujillo
Robin Myers
Rajiv Mohabir
Catherine Pierce
Juliana Chang
Chris Santiago
Kim Hyesoon
Laura Minor
Monica Mills
Peter Grandbois
Ashley Hajimirsadeghi
Steven Tagle
Adam Tavel

Book Reviews

Shannon Nakai reviews Taneum Bambrick’s “Intimacies, Received” and Jenny Xie’s “The Rupture Tense”
Spencer Hupp reviews Robert Lowell’s “Memoirs”

On The Cover

Misha Honcharenko
“Apokalyptische Visione, 2022”

Misha Honcharenko is a Ukrainian digital collage artist, poet, photographer, philologist and translator. He started his Instagram profile as a form of art diary combining weirdness in context of objects and landscapes, exploring himself via photography, writing poetry and reviewing literature for almost 6 years now. He also appeared in a photography exhibition called “(e)MOTION” by Bert Van Pelt (Belgium) and “Syntax Builds your Everyday Up” photographed by his friend Oksana Meister (Berlin). He created digital collage for literary podcasts and collaborated with a queer photographer Florian Hetz. The CUTOUT Collage Festival played a big role in supporting his art, as well as in identifying style and the potential of his future development in art. His first appearances in exhibitions include:
1) KAOS Collage Festival – Scream in Silence (Kranj – Slovenia; 10.06 – 13.08.2022).
2) Genesis of Being – Charity Poster Exhibition (Berlin – Germany; 05-10/07/2022).
Instagram: @michgonch