ART

5 pieces

by Jodie Filan

5 pieces

About the Artist

Jodie Filan was born in Saskatoon , Canada in 1992 making her 27 years old today . She is completely self taught. Her disability of social anxiety disorder keeps her very isolated thus unknown . She is currently homeless and addicted to crystal meth. You can find her and her art at www.facebook.com/JodieFilanArt

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#thesideshow| Art| November 2019
November 14, 2019

ART: Jodie Filan

Jodie Filan was born in Saskatoon , Canada in 1992 making her 27 years old today . She is completely self taught. Her disability of social anxiety disorder keeps her very isolated thus unknown . She is currently homeless and addicted to crystal meth. You can find her and her art at www.facebook.com/JodieFilanArt
November 13, 2019

ART: 5 Collages by Chris Stephenson

Chris Stephenson is a visual/collage artist, poet and small press publisher based in Leeds, England. He is the author of several experimental poetry collections including, Revenge of The Mirror People (Stranger Press), Napoli Metro Bad Dream Sequence (Blart Books), No Ideas But In Things (Dark Windows Press), Constellations (zimzalla).
November 6, 2019

POETRY: 2 Poems by Paul Sanchez

Paul Sanchez is a Fresno State MFA student trying to get some poems published. His poems can be found in the San Joaquin Review, the Undercurrent, the CWAA journal 'Flies, Cockroaches, and Poets,' the Scene and Heard Journal and the PACIFIC Review. He is also, poetry reader for The Normal School and officer for Chicanx Writers and Artists.
November 5, 2019

POETRY: For third day, grieving orca carries dead calf in water by Dujie Tahat

Dujie Tahat is a writer and political hack from Washington state. His poems are published or forthcoming in Arcturus Magazine, Cascadia Rising Review, Across the Margin, Crab Creek Review, Fly Paper Magazine, and The American Journal of Poetry. His essays on poetry and politics have been published in the Seattle Review of Books and Civic Skunk Works. Dujie serves as a contributing poetry editor for Pacific Northwest literary magazine Moss and recently earned fellowships from the Hugo House and Jack Straw Writing Program.