The fifteenth issue of the online and print magazine I publish, Star 82 Review (also known as *82 Review) was released today. This fall issue looks at people in plain sight and those plainly overlooked, among other topics. It's a lovely issue with plenty of art and poetry this time. Included is another wonderful book-related piece by Lisa Kokin, for example, as she explores the world of mute language. And photos of a sculpture of a sleeping bag that appears empty, capturing only the silhouette of a homeless body created by a recently graduated CCA student, Vlada Dronova. Vlada came to school here from Moscow and was surprised by the abundance of people living on the streets, which prompted her to create a whole series of these sculptures for her senior show.
If you are in San Francisco this weekend, come visit the SF Zine Fest and visit my table #192, where I will have copies of Star 82 Review as well as all my newest, affordable book art.
Or read online: http://star82review.com/4.3/contents.html
Or support the magazine by purchasing a print copy: https://www.createspace.com/6462964
Jia Oak Baker
Robert Del Tredici