from, I thought you said it was sound
Poet-filmmaker Steph Gray is the author of seven collections of poetry, including Shorthand and Electric Language Stars (Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs, 2015) and the chapbooks, Words are What You Get/You Do It for Real (above/ground press, 2019) and A Country Road Going Back in Your Direction (Argos Books, 2015).
The Greatest Films You’ll Never SeeBy Edward Mendez and Laura Valenza
DEC 22–JAN 23 | Film
Our goal is to raise awareness of movies on film in need of preservation, of indie or experimental films that don't get the attention they deserve, and even of bigger productions that were cast aside for unjust political reasons. With advice from our contributors, the film editors present you with our winter 2022 list of the greatest films youll never see.
Stephanie LaCava with Adele Bertei
SEPT 2022 | Books
Someone spoke of Stephanie LaCavas voice in her new novel I Fear My Pain Interests You as hard, clipped, and cool. Its the liquid flush of the voice undulating beneath the veneer of the books punky mask that drew me in.
The Propulsive Sound of Nader KhalilBy Cassidy McFadzean
NOV 2022 | Music
Now, with a pair of self-released EPs, Nader Khalil and Nader Khalil 2, in 2022, Khalil has cultivated a sound of his own.
Candor Arts: The Chicago-Based Press Reenvisioning Equity in Arts PublishingBy Leah Gallant
APRIL 2022 | Art Books
The organization aims to restructure art publishing to fairly compensate all contributors, rather than one in which artists pay exorbitant costs to publish their work. These publishing projects function like an archive of the Chicago arts during the six years the press was active. Ranging from poetry chapbooks to photo portfolios, the more than editions produced also include the monographs accompanying major museum exhibitions.