Star 82 Review December Issue 2.4 is LIVE!

The eighth issue of Star 82 Review, the art and literature magazine I design, edit, and produce is now available online and in print. We are looking at humans in nature, and nature in the city, among other things. Nature sounds romantic, but in fact it has an edge.

Book artists featured in this issue are: Alastair Johnston, with a collage made from found materials in France in the 1980s, and Lisa Kokin, with a new piece made from pieces of zippers that look like text. 

Joining them is someone interested in text and texture: Daniel Levin Becker, author of Many Subtle Channels: In Praise of Potential Literature, and regular art contributor Shelton Walsmith, whose photographs and paintings have appeared on book and magazine covers, including Italo Calvino's Invisible Cities from Harvest Books and Preparation for the Next Life by Atticus Lish.

Two ways to read:
(You can also order Star 82 Review 2.4 through Amazon.)
List of links to previous issues.

Contributors to 2.4
José Angel Araguz 
Hugh Behm-Steinberg 
Wendy Taylor Carlisle 
Kevin Casey 
Francine Conley 
Frank De Canio 
David Fullarton 
Howie Good 
Susan Gundlach 
Jim Hair 
A.D. Hurley 
Alastair Johnston
Jean Kim 
Lisa Kokin 
Daniel Levin Becker 
Dan Micklethwaite 
Tendai Rinos Mwanaka 
Tobias Oggenfuss 
Stephen Okawa 
Kasra Omid-Zohoor 
Coco Owen 
Kathryn Paulsen 
Eldon Reishus 
Judith Roney 
Emily Spencer 
David Stallings 
Merrill Sunderland 
Ryan Tahmaseb 
Jonathan Travelstead 
Lynne Viti 
Shelton Walsmith 
Tony Walton 
Luke Warm Water


Alisa, the issue looks great. I have been readings bits and pieces when I get time, and enjoying it very much!
Alisa said…
Thanks, Sharmon!
Looking forward to featuring your work in June!