New Reader Magazine - Issue no. 2

New Reader Magazine’s second issue is out! In this issue we meet artists who are boldly redefining the landscape of local art scenes and emerging writers whose voices are becoming loud enough to create ripples all over the world.

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reflective thought wave
Poetry | John Franklin Dandridge

John Franklin Dandridge received his MFA in poetry from Columbia College Chicago. His chapbook, Further Down Rd., was published in 2010 by Fast Geek Press. Catch “reflective thought wave” and more of his poetry in the June 2018 issue.

Poems by Jan Dalisay
Poetry | Jan Dalisay (Philippines)

Jan Angelique Dalisay hails from the Queen City of the South — Cebu, Philippines. Read more of her poetry at Wordpress and Medium. Or follow her on Instagram: @gygroone

The Pure Souls
Fiction | Rob Hartzell (Morrow, Ohio)

New scifi by Rob Hartzell explores virtual reality and uploaded intelligence.

The Pure Souls was first published in the "Multivision" issue of New Reader Magazine.

Artist Profile : Jan Sunday
Artist Profiles | February 2018

Jan Sunday, photographer and punk rock vocalist, talks about philosophy, sexuality, and the pain of freedom with New Reader Magazine.

An Appreciation
Poetry | Charles Leggett (Seattle, Washington)

“An Appreciation,” poem by Charles Leggett. He is a professional actor based in Seattle, WA. His poetry has been published in over three dozen journals all over the world.

Artist Profile : Don Mancha's Purgatory
Artist Profiles | December 2017

Purgatory is a webcomic about life, death, and the in-between. Story by writer Don Mancha III, illustrated by Anubisazp. Article by M. Dominique Dela Paz.

Artist Profile : Intel Japitana
Artist Profiles | December 2017

This week New Reader Magazine features Intel Japitana, multidisciplinary artist and curator. Article by M. Dominique Dela Paz.

Amnesia
Fiction | Tony Koval (Alaska)

Short fiction by Tony Koval. A man wakes up in the middle of nowhere, hardly knowing who he is and why his dog is dead. A strange presence pursues him.

Bazaar Bizarrerie
Poetry | Brandon Marlon (Ottawa, Canada)

Brandon Marlon’s poetry has been awarded the Harry Hoyt Lacey Prize in Poetry (Fall 2015), and his writing has been published in over 200 publications.

Right Words
Poetry | Tiny Diapana (Philippines)

Some poems don’t really talk much/instead some sprout limbs and learn to walk . . . “Right Words,” a poem by Tiny Diapana.

Title Pending
Poetry | r.miller (Southern Pennsylvania)

r. miller is an avant-garde poet whose work has been featured in several publications. He is the author of Separate Instances of Loneliness.

USA Insomnia Blues
Poetry | Judy Shepps Battle (New Jersey)

Judy Shepps Battle has been writing essays and poems long before retiring from her work as a psychotherapist and sociology professor.

Survival
Fiction | Murph Little (USA)

Survival by Murph Little is a flash fiction piece about a man’s struggle to find work while dealing with mental health issues.

Call for Submissions : New Reader Magazine
Announcement | November 2017

New Reader Magazine, a young online literary, arts, and culture journal, is sending out a call to writers and artists of all disciplines for contributions...