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
Charles Rich Jr. was born in North Carolina and raised in Jersey City New Jersey, where he currently resides. He's had a spotty college career. He was last seen at New Jersey City University as a Creative Writing and Fine Arts major. He's a Truck Driver.
Carmen Guzmán is a writer from Puerto Rico living in Boston. By day: a Boston University alumnae of the film and television program who blogs and shoots videos for a non-profit. By night:an expediter at a restaurant in Cambridge who enjoys a good whiskey. In her head: another story. How Many Cups Of Coffee Does … Continue reading Serious Question (If I Had a Heart) by Carmen Guzmán
If you have picked up a copy of our print magazine, you will recognize Kiwana's work from being heavily featured in past issues. The following is a gallery of some more recent submissions. If you are a photographer and would like to be featured on our IP blog or in the print magazine: please follow … Continue reading Photography by Kiwana S
All of her family photos are amateur in the purest, most endearing sense, characterized by eyes squinted shut and flies shamelessly unzipped, and although the background may change – the Grand Canyon, Niagara Falls, the Lincoln Memorial -- the photos come in only two standard compositions: her standing beside her mother and her standing beside … Continue reading Snapshot – Short Story by L. Breen
At about the midpoint between our very successful first issue and the highly anticipated October issue, we are looking to revamp the In Parentheses brand by opening a call to new contributors for the IP Blog. We see the blog as a very important connection to our public that runs alongside the print quarterly, and … Continue reading A Call to the Public
Feeling Okay If Danni calls, you can tell her I’m doing just fine. I stay home most nights and stare at the walls Or scribble down some thoughts. I don’t much go out because I have nowhere to go And no one to go with. I’m slowly withdrawing from everyone’s life Not by choice Or … Continue reading Feeling Okay – Poem Submission by C Smith