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The Great Ape

The Great Ape lumbered through the four rooms of the apartment, halting in the living room in the course of one of his many circuits of his dwelling.

The Stars at Midday

Pierce pulled into the driveway of the big farmhouse, unsure it was the right one. The diner woman’s directions up from Schenevus were not exact, but this was the yellow house across the creek (the woman at the diner had pronounced it “crick”) on Brainerd Road, which you reached by means of County 82, off Route 23 just out of town, left across the railroad tracks and under the Interstate.


Bishakh Som is an artist and recovering architect who lives in Park Slope and you can see more of his work at

Goodbye Again

Nick Abadzis is a British cartoonist and writer of international renown who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Suspect Device—The Newspaper Comic

Josh Bayer is the artistic power behind the Suspect Device anthology, Raw Power and Rom.

Cries for Help

Gary Sullivan writes about international music and immigrant culture at

Jam Dream

Scott Teplin is currently collaborating with Renee French on a series of memory-portraits depicting teachers they had as children.

Graphica Verité

T. Motley is a comic strip illustrator and "cartooniologist."


The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2012

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