Read our interview with the Canadian multidisciplinary visual artist and mask maker who's self-portraits explore identity, persona, and self-image. Miya Turnbull discusses her mask making techniques and how the pandemic has brought attention to a world "where the outer persona turns inward or where the line between 'beauty' and 'grotesque' becomes blurred."
Tyler Odeneal | Spring 2021 | Fiction
"I gazed at the possum, the mother, her pinkish nose. I could see her underside, round and sagging against the bars—a native imprisoned in her own land..."
Gina Twardosz | Spring 2021 | Nonfiction
"Therapy is expensive, but Twitter is free..."
Marc Meierkort | Spring 2021 | Poetry
"Dr. Seuss proves practice makes perfect..."
Kristy Bowen | Spring 2021 | Poetry
"Dear Investor - In a year, you won't recognize the body..."
Trevor Lisa | Spring 2021 | Fiction
"When it comes to wild animals... I do not do that. Period."