Featured Artists

Nonfiction: Cultural Studies

Selections from current practitioners in Cultural Studies.

Fiction: Dream Crasher

About Dream Crasher: Following a cataclysmic event, a group of children struggling to survive find themselves caught in the middle of a conflict between two mysterious entities, neither of whom are what they appear to be. Dream Crasher is a new speculative fiction comic book series by written by Daniel Stalter and illustrated by Reed […]

Poetry: E.D. Rodriguez

E.D.Rodriguez was born in Santiago de Los Caballeros in the Dominican Republic. Brought to Elizabeth, New Jersey at the age of 5 by intrepid parents, Rodriguez lived the richness of urban life in America coupled with the Latino immigrant experience. He is a civil rights lawyer currently residing in Baltimore.

Music: Jimmy the Loch

JimmyTheLoch is a forever evolving entity. A collection of thoughts spawned from the only light capable of escaping black holes. After finding its way to Earth’s warm embrace, JimmyTheLoch imbued the Loch Ness Monster with what little energy it had left. After years of persecution and dodging deep sea hunters, it was time for our […]

Nonfiction: Gaelle Voltaire

Gaelle Voltaire is a Haitian-American writer, and resident starving artist at WOW Cafe Theater on the Lower East Side. She has written, directed, and produced three shows there in the past four years.

Fiction: Eric Miles Williamson

Eric Miles Williamson is an American novelist. His first novel, East Bay Grease, was a PEN/Hemingway finalist and listed by the Los Angeles Times Book Review as one of the “Best Books of 1999,” and its sequel, Welcome to Oakland, was named the second-best novel of 2009 and one of the top 40 novels of […]

Poetry: Kris Hall

Kris Hall is a writer and curator of Da’daedal from Seattle, WA. Author of the chapbooks Notes for Xenos Vesparum (Shotgun Wedding), and Dillinger on the Beach (Horse Less Press). He has been published by The Monarch Review, Really System, and theNewerYork.

Music: HumUni

HumUni (hyoom-you-nigh) is a hip hop duo formed of Brooklyn MC’s Mega and Ish. Rooted in a shared passion for music and bonded by friendship, they have been making music since 2008. The duo has three official releases and have rocked at venues like The Apollo Theater, Roseland Ballroom, and Emory University. Folks like to […]

Nonfiction: Kristen Tomanocy

Kristen is a prose writer, poet, and theatre artist, though her main medium of expression is directing theatre. Professionally, she has taught acting classes at FIT as well as directed Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead with the FIT Theatre Ensemble, and has worked as a teaching artist facilitating creative writing and poetry slam workshops around New York State. She […]