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Turkey, 1980

By Mark Wyatt

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Istanbul.

 

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Mark Wyatt has been photographing the unfamous on city streets since around 1980. He posts his photographs to mwwyatt.wordpress.com, usually one or two a week. Each image shows all of what the camera saw at the moment that the shutter was tripped; they are never cropped and are minimally processed.

Walk the Talk

By Denny E Marshall

Walk The Talk

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Denny E. Marshall has had art, poetry, and fiction published. One recent credit for cover art is Disturbed Digest June 2015; the other half of the drawing is on the back cover. One recent credit for interior art is Bards And Sages Quarterly October 2015. One recent credit for poetry is the Literary Hatchet #12. One recent credit for fiction is online at Postcard Shorts. See more at www.dennymarshall.com.

Starting Over

By Bill Wolak

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Bill Wolak is a poet, photographer, and collage artist. Recently, he was a featured poet at The Mihai Eminescu International Poetry Festival in Craiova, Romania. Mr. Wolak teaches Creative Writing at William Paterson University in New Jersey.

Yaquina Bay Bridge, Oregon

By Carolyn Adams

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Carolyn Adams‘ poetry, collage art, and photography have appeared in Caveat Lector, Glass Mountain, San Pedro River Review, Clare Literary Journal, and Common Ground Review, among others. She has edited and co-edited the poetry publications Curbside Review, Lily Literary Review, Ardent, and Mad Hatter’s Review. Her chapbooks are Beautiful Strangers, What Do You See?, An Ocean of Names, and The Things You’ve Left Behind. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee, and was a finalist for the post of 2013 Houston Poet Laureate.

Stairs – Yaquina Head Lighthouse, Oregon

By Carolyn Adams

9.2 Adams - Stairs - Yaquina Head Lighthouse, Oregon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Carolyn Adams’ poetry, collage art, and photography have appeared in Caveat Lector, Glass Mountain, San Pedro River Review, Clare Literary Journal, and Common Ground Review, among others. She has edited and co-edited the poetry publications Curbside Review, Lily Literary Review, Ardent, and Mad Hatter’s Review. Her chapbooks are Beautiful Strangers, What Do You See?, An Ocean of Names, and The Things You’ve Left Behind. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee, and was a finalist for the post of 2013 Houston Poet Laureate.

Cobble Beach

By Carolyn Adams

9.2 Adams - Cobble Beach

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Carolyn Adams’ poetry, collage art, and photography have appeared in Caveat Lector, Glass Mountain, San Pedro River Review, Clare Literary Journal, and Common Ground Review, among others. She has edited and co-edited the poetry publications Curbside Review, Lily Literary Review, Ardent, and Mad Hatter’s Review. Her chapbooks are Beautiful Strangers, What Do You See?, An Ocean of Names, and The Things You’ve Left Behind. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee, and was a finalist for the post of 2013 Houston Poet Laureate.

Russet

By Rebecca Oet

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Rebecca Oet is a student from Solon, Ohio.  She enjoys reading, writing short stories and poetry, and of course, taking pictures. Rebecca is a national silver medalist in the 2015 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards and has won multiple awards for her writing and photography. She often fantasizes about growing wings and flying through the air.

Alone

By Adel Souto

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Adel Souto is a Cuban-born artist, writer, and musician, currently living in Brooklyn, NYC. He has written for his own fanzines starting in the early 90s, and has contributed pieces to numerous magazines, fanzines, and websites since. He has released several books, including a “best of”, and a chapbook on the subject of a 30-day vow of silence, while also having translated the works of Spanish poets. His work, both art pieces and photography, has shown in galleries throughout the U.S., as well as in Europe, and South America. His music videos have been screened at NYC’s Anthology Film Archives, and he has lectured on the subject of occult influences in photography at NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture. As side projects, he produces the public access tv show, Brooklyn’s Alright, and is heavily involved with his musical outfit, 156. (adelsouto.com)

Georgia

By David J Thompson

Georgia

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David J Thompson is a former prep school teacher and coach who grew up in Hyde Park, New York. He has been traveling since October 2013, including extended stays in Spain and The Czech Republic. His interests include postcards, film, and minor league baseball. His poetry and photography has appeared in a number of magazines, both in print and on-line. His latest poetry/photo chapbook, And Thou Upon Earth, is available from Nerve Cowboy in Austin Texas. Please visit his photo website at ninemilephoto.com.

Clarksdale

By David J Thompson

Clarksdale
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David J Thompson is a former prep school teacher and coach who grew up in Hyde Park, New York. He has been traveling since October 2013, including extended stays in Spain and The Czech Republic. His interests include postcards, film, and minor league baseball. His poetry and photography has appeared in a number of magazines, both in print and on-line. His latest poetry/photo chapbook, And Thou Upon Earth, is available from Nerve Cowboy in Austin Texas. Please visit his photo website at ninemilephoto.com.