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Candice Ralph is a young writer, teaching artist, and nanny. She’s influenced by her discussions with children and ecological experiences. Although American born, she intimately identifies with her Bermudian and West Indian origins. Candice holds an English BA from The University of Chicago and is pursuing a Creative Writing MFA. Black Urban Myth Our sisters’ … Continue reading “Black Urban Myth” & “Hairitage” by Candice Ralph
Samuel Vargo writes for progressive, liberal, online magazines that headline daily and have national readerships. He also writes for a few comedy and satire mags that headline daily and have national and/or international readerships. Mr. Vargo has written poetry and short stories for print and online literary magazines, university journals and a few commercial magazines. … Continue reading Two Degrees from Hell on the Old 49 Highway by S. Vargo
PAIX ROBINSON is a professional artist, writer and model raised in Oakland, CA, currently residing in Harlem, NY. Paix attended the Ailey School and his studies also include a major in Theatre Arts & Dance at CSULA. Paix is signed with MMG Model Management. Paix’s blog “WeerdVomit” has a readership in over 20 countries and … Continue reading La Vie Bohème en Bleu by Paix Robinson
Hello friends! Hope everyone is having a lovely summer. In this issue of IP (Vol. 4 Issue 2) we feature the work of many great artists: Michael Pitter, Sam Weinstein, Annie Terrazzo, M. Fagan Kuhnmuench, Adelia Amineva, Louisa Mardirossian, Samuel Vargo, Alexa Wejko, Luanne Castle, Robert Beveridge, Gary Beck, Jessica Gawrych, Holly Day, Suman Jampala, Carmen … Continue reading Now Available: In Parentheses Magazine (Summer 2016)
Moonlight fades on the treeline and stars ride out on the waves blurry like candles on panes of rain. He asks so she puts him down and he cozies on her chest mumbling something about her boobs. Last lights strain out like threads into a million infinities and the moon is gone. Sunk in the night … Continue reading Excerpt from “Eli” … by G. Mramor
Gary Beck has spent most of his adult life as a theater director, and as an art dealer when he couldn’t make a living in theater. He has 11 published chapbooks. His poetry collections include: Days of Destruction (Skive Press), Expectations (Rogue Scholars Press). Dawn in Cities, Assault on Nature, Songs of a Clerk, Civilized … Continue reading Poems by Gary Beck