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Bari Resnick

Bari Resnick

  Bari Resnick’s art works by counterglow: though initially the images suggest a range of associations, aftertime its antecedents fall away and the art burns in its own sky with a brightness uniquely its own. For instance, the first still image of her stop-motion animation,…

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Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali

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Two Cartoons – Drawings by Amber Ross – Written by Edwin Rivera

Two Cartoons – Drawings by Amber Ross – Written by Edwin Rivera

Amber Ross is an Honors Cartooning student originally from Pennsylvania. She aspires to become a part of the comic/graphic novel industry after she graduates. Edwin Rivera is a writer, an instructor at SVA, and editor of The Match Factory.

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Amiss by Merlin Ural Rivera

Amiss by Merlin Ural Rivera

Idlers gorge on memorabilia flags and hats and bats embroidered on golden coins And the sculptors have already bought tickets to see the sailors march in town on Grand Avenue, wind-swept ivory for the occasion Four dimension inspiration Cockeyed views of bathing suits Maritime claims…

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They Found God’s iPhone by Lauren Kristin

They Found God’s iPhone by Lauren Kristin

& it’s got a nudie of Eve on it looking down at Her from the top of an apple tree and She’s got a big black Snake’s tail wrapped right around Her little left finger as it would turn out, God has friends and family…

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Earthquake by Janet Paik

Earthquake by Janet Paik

Every tremor, every crack and warning, I duck and cover. Upside down table, Cracked glass, Broken cup. Pieces scattered on the floor like shrapnel. Boiled cabbage floating in the sink, spilling over. A perfect 8.2. My mother’s eyes, uneven and glassy like chipped marbles. My…

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In Civil by Jonathan Hedegaard

In Civil by Jonathan Hedegaard

snow cannons are falling from American purplesky I see it plastic-clear in a neon window in the midst of the black, on a thousand eyelids they fall like propaganda they fall and I wonder about the tons of sleep I have eaten with a mouth…

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The Ballad Of Shin-Dong-Hyuk by Bari Resnick

The Ballad Of Shin-Dong-Hyuk by Bari Resnick

I was born of hunger and fist. In camp 14, North Korea’s slave, the men worked as beasts; prisoners, laborers, they knew only to crave. Guards prowled, snarling hungrily, by electric gate. Wolves pacing pacing pacing, each pace we shook and quivered— but how to…

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For All by Jake Masakayan

For All by Jake Masakayan

Yeah, of course I support it. Why wouldn’t I? Ok, then say it. But, I was not asked to give my side. Have you ever actually said it in a discussion? But they know that I think all matter. Well, say it. Just, say it!…

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Have We Met Before? by Katelyn Kopenhaver

Have We Met Before? by Katelyn Kopenhaver

Katelyn Kopenhaver is a Photography major at SVA who is graduating this spring. “Poetry has made its way into my work conceptually and literally,” Katelyn says. “I enjoy focusing on the metaphysics of personal intuition within my writing.”

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