Phillipe M. Chatelain is a poet from New York City with a Masters Degree in Poetry from The New School. He writes as someone in the tradition of the urban troubadour or the flaneur–wandering, taking notes. He believes that poetry of our generation has taken on a much more digital definition. Furthermore, it is important … Continue reading Poetry by P. Chatelain
Michael Reginald Pitter is a writer, photographer and researcher based in Brooklyn. Much of his writing--fiction and nonfiction--weaves together science fiction, history, philosophy, and the absurd. In his photography, he aims to elevate the mundane details of daily life into the scope of sociocultural and anthropological significance. He also works as a research assistant in … Continue reading Selection of Photographs by M. Pitter
Phoebe Bain majored in English at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. The natives of Madagascar believe that anyone born in November during the rainy season is doomed to a life of sorrow. Maybe that explains why your dad tried to kill himself two years ago, or why you keep the letters, … Continue reading Kayla – Prose by P. Bain
Kingsley Nwaeke once worked as an intern in a sculpture studio in Bushwick, drawing from a range of sources which he includes in his practice like drawing, illustration, collage, painting and lately sculpting. His works references culture and the social world of America, especially in "Field of Eve" and "The Cigarette." Order past issues of In … Continue reading Art Submission by K. Nwaeke
Jessica Van de Kemp (BA, B.Ed, MA) is the author of Spirit Light (The Steel Chisel, 2015). Her poem, “Slant of the Girl,” was shortlisted for the 2015 Montreal International Poetry Prize. The recipient of a BlackBerry Graduate Scholarship and the winner of two TA Awards for Excellence in Teaching, Jessica is currently pursuing a … Continue reading Insane Anger by J. Van de Kamp
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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