Issue 8.1

6th Avenue Towers, New York City

By John Meyers

6th Avenue Towers, New York City

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John Meyers lives in northern New Jersey.  For many years he has made a living as a free-lance musician. In 2000, he rekindled a dormant interest in photography that he first had in high school many years before. This pursuit of photography as a hobby led to professional work as a photographer and as a restorer of old photographs. While this professional work is all done digitally, John continues to do much of his personal photographic work using black and white film and printing in a wet darkroom, a process he enjoys. His website may be found at www.jmphoto.ws.

Gargoyle, New York City

By John Meyers

Gargoyle, New York City

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John Meyers lives in northern New Jersey.  For many years he has made a living as a free-lance musician. In 2000, he rekindled a dormant interest in photography that he first had in high school many years before. This pursuit of photography as a hobby led to professional work as a photographer and as a restorer of old photographs. While this professional work is all done digitally, John continues to do much of his personal photographic work using black and white film and printing in a wet darkroom, a process he enjoys. His website may be found at www.jmphoto.ws.

Hallway, St Louis

By John Meyers

Hallway, St. Louis

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John Meyers lives in northern New Jersey.  For many years he has made a living as a free-lance musician. In 2000, he rekindled a dormant interest in photography that he first had in high school many years before. This pursuit of photography as a hobby led to professional work as a photographer and as a restorer of old photographs. While this professional work is all done digitally, John continues to do much of his personal photographic work using black and white film and printing in a wet darkroom, a process he enjoys. His website may be found at www.jmphoto.ws.

Midtown, New York City

By John Meyers

Midtown, New York City

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John Meyers lives in northern New Jersey.  For many years he has made a living as a free-lance musician. In 2000, he rekindled a dormant interest in photography that he first had in high school many years before. This pursuit of photography as a hobby led to professional work as a photographer and as a restorer of old photographs. While this professional work is all done digitally, John continues to do much of his personal photographic work using black and white film and printing in a wet darkroom, a process he enjoys. His website may be found at www.jmphoto.ws.

Old Courthouse Stairs, St Louis

By John Meyers

Old Courthouse Stairs, St. Louis

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John Meyers lives in northern New Jersey.  For many years he has made a living as a free-lance musician. In 2000, he rekindled a dormant interest in photography that he first had in high school many years before. This pursuit of photography as a hobby led to professional work as a photographer and as a restorer of old photographs. While this professional work is all done digitally, John continues to do much of his personal photographic work using black and white film and printing in a wet darkroom, a process he enjoys. His website may be found at www.jmphoto.ws.

Stairs, Venice, 2012

By John Meyers

Stairs, Venice, 2012

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John Meyers lives in northern New Jersey.  For many years he has made a living as a free-lance musician. In 2000, he rekindled a dormant interest in photography that he first had in high school many years before. This pursuit of photography as a hobby led to professional work as a photographer and as a restorer of old photographs. While this professional work is all done digitally, John continues to do much of his personal photographic work using black and white film and printing in a wet darkroom, a process he enjoys. His website may be found at www.jmphoto.ws.

Stone Eagle, New York City

By John Meyers

Stone Eagle, New York City

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John Meyers lives in northern New Jersey.  For many years he has made a living as a free-lance musician. In 2000, he rekindled a dormant interest in photography that he first had in high school many years before. This pursuit of photography as a hobby led to professional work as a photographer and as a restorer of old photographs. While this professional work is all done digitally, John continues to do much of his personal photographic work using black and white film and printing in a wet darkroom, a process he enjoys. His website may be found at www.jmphoto.ws.

Tree, Key West

By John Meyers

Tree, Key West

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John Meyers lives in northern New Jersey.  For many years he has made a living as a free-lance musician. In 2000, he rekindled a dormant interest in photography that he first had in high school many years before. This pursuit of photography as a hobby led to professional work as a photographer and as a restorer of old photographs. While this professional work is all done digitally, John continues to do much of his personal photographic work using black and white film and printing in a wet darkroom, a process he enjoys. His website may be found at www.jmphoto.ws.

Monk

By Paul Handley

monk final

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Paul Handley’s work has appeared in Hobart, Metazen, Gone Lawn, Monkeybicycle, Pulp Diction III, Apt, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and is forthcoming in Gargoyle Magazine.

Judge

By Paul Handley

judge final

 

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Paul Handley’s work has appeared in Hobart, Metazen, Gone Lawn, Monkeybicycle, Pulp Diction III, Apt, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and is forthcoming in Gargoyle Magazine.