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… Read More Now Available: In Parentheses Magazine (Summer 2016)
Sarah Edwards is a struggling writer deeply involved in experimentation with the English language and literature. Her work is forthcoming in Electric Cereal and Reality Hands. Kohlapuri Chappal Incident This is about the time when my mother sent me to buy Kohlapuri chappals for her but it is not about the time that made it… Read More Kohlapuri Chappal Incident by S. Edwards
We apologize for the late release — but here we present the current issue of In Parentheses!
Streaming in popular discourse has been the phenomenon of gentrification in which it appears mostly that young, open-minded, aesthetic-seeking white people move into low-income neighborhoods eventually causing the rent prices of these neighborhoods to rise and the blacks and Latinos who had lived in these hitherto-low-income neighborhoods can no longer afford to live there. Soon,… Read More Introducing the Black Gentrifier: An Emerging Social Anomaly by M. Pitter
It is with great pleasure that we bring to you the next issue of In Parentheses. This issue features sublime work from the following contributors: Aviva Cristy, Kamden Hilliard, Hannah Lejter, Luis Nieto Dickens, William Ogden Haynes, Jon Dambacher, Jim Davis, Hannah Beth Ragland, Jessica Van De Kemp, Julia Lucrecia Taveras, Audie Jinks, Rohan Ghatak, Nicole… Read More ORDER NOW: In Parentheses Magazine (OCT 2013) & FREE MUSIC
The cover of the upcoming issue of In Parentheses is ‘Delay’ by Magda Dudziak. Issue available October 1, 2013. For more work by her, as well as other great artists and writers, be sure to get a copy when it comes out! Download past issues of IP for free here.
In Act I Scene I of William Shakespeare’s Henry IV, the Earl of Westmoreland reckoned that the cause of the recent violence was due to the hot climate of the summer season. In Shakespeare’s famously enigmatic syntax, Westmoreland reflects and reasons: “On Holy-rood day, the gallant Hotspur there, Young Harry Percy and brave Archibald, That… Read More Correlations between Heat and Hostility by M.Pitter