Rey Armenteros is a Los Angeles-based painter whose expressionistic brand of surrealism was largely shaped by the Far East iconography he encountered during his several years in Seoul, Korea. He writes a blog on the methodologies of art titled, Through Concentrated Breath, http://blog.reyarmenteros.com/.
Recipes for Damaging Books, Volume 5, Issue 1
Lydia A. Cyrus is a central Appalachian writer from Huntington, West Virginia. She is an award-winning scholar and her work as been featured in various places in print and online. She is a proud Mountain Woman who strives to make positive change in and about Appalachia. She lives in Lafayette, Indiana with her strong will and sense truth, which guide her wherever she goes.
A House of Glass, Volume 5, Issue 1
The issue will be available July 2019.
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