Amanda McCormick is a poet, painter, maker-of-art-out-of-garbage,-etc. Her poems have appeared in The Unrorean. She currently is the editor and web master of the Apalachee Review as well as the founding editor of espresso ink. She lives in Tallahassee, Florida. Kelly Scherwitzki: What obstacles do you face working for an established magazine (Apalachee Review) and
“Now” by Rachal Duggan Continued from previous post NS: What are you working on lately? RD: I try to keep myself productive and end up drawing random stuff for myself. As long as I am still drawing, I’m pretty content. NS: What else are you up to? RD: For over a year I’ve been compiling
Continued from previous post Natasha Stagg: Can you give us some ideas on what is coming up next? Rodrigo Gonçlaves: Through all the things I have written, I believe in people’s potential. I think we’re not capable of having a revolution anymore, but we are being transformed constantly, and some of society’s values are getting
Warhol-mania in Tucson.
Have you forgetten?