Category: Art

  • Dan Collins & Paxton Maroney

    WATER TOWER When I was in middle school two other boys and I climbed the water tower after dark. We did it on a dare. We didn’t have paint, but we had a beer, a pack of Marlboro and a near empty matchbox. So, we sat smoking cigarette after cigarette on the catwalk high above […]

  • Liz Robbins & Sara Pedigo

    field notes, oil on paper, 30” x 22”, 2012 /  Sara Pedigo field notes the girl in the sky-blue sundress with one strap down watches as the tall man watches her– in the background a brass instrument commands, it’s the fourth of july, and in the periphery of watching someone is forever bent over, and […]

  • Randi Ward

    holdfast xxi Note from the artist: holdfast: \hōl(d)-,fast\ n. 1a). a structure by which a plant clings to a flat surface 1b). an organ by which a parasitic animal attaches itself to its host 2a). something to which something else may be attached 2b). a restraint that holds something in place The holdfast photographs are […]

  • Savannah Schroll Guz

    Women in Water: Loretta and Pies in the Sky (2013) ink on paper Savannah Schroll Guz is a mixed media artist living in Weirton, West Virginia. More about her work can be found online at

  • Richard Kostelanetz

    _______________________________ Individual entries on Richard Kostelanetz’s work in several fields appear in various editions of Readers Guide to Twentieth-Century Writers, Merriam-Webster Encyclopedia of Literature, Contemporary Poets, Contemporary Novelists, Postmodern Fiction, Webster’s Dictionary of American Writers, The HarperCollins Reader’s Encyclopedia of American Literature, Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, Directory of American Scholars, Who’s Who in America, […]

  • Daniella Clayton

    “Silence” Pen drawing “Hypnagogic” Pencil drawing ___________________________ Daniella Clayton currently lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota. She draws and paints regularly to fill the bland hours of telemarketing, where she heartlessly hucks insurance to the unsuspecting public. You can also see some of her paintings in the first volume of Winter Tangerine Review and the eleventh issue […]

  • Rachel Squires Bloom

    About the painting: “I am primarily a poet and paint for enjoyment only. I’d never sent any of my  paintings out (although my poetry is published) before this. I have Kool Aid guy hanging right here in my office. While it began as an exercise in color in line, it seemed to paint itself. I […]