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cracks in pomo: the zine
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the zine has been sent off to the printers and will soon be making its way into the hands of eager readers. if you’d like to order a copy and/or make a contribution, email stephenadubato at gmail dot com
for now, you can read a little bit about our contributors:
Nickolas Krause is a poet from Silver Spring, MD. In his spare time he smokes too many cigarettes, and goes for long walks in the suburban woodlands outside Washington D.C..
Destiny Herndon-De La Rosa is the HBIC at New Wave Feminists. @DestinyHDLR
Joe Enabnit is a gym owner, useless degree holder, rural r-word, kaffeost enjoyer, and Iowa supremacist. Twitter:@barbell_saint IG: @saintmichaelbarbell
DAVID ODYSSEY is a writer and astrologer based in NYC and Tel Aviv. He is the astrology columnist for NYLON and writes about his exploits — cosmic, sexual, spiritual and otherwise — on his Substack. IG: @david_odyssey Twitter: @adavidodyssey Substack:
Stanley Bast is a net art propagandist. @camillepawglia
Adam Stynchula works in film production and goes by @Wafers3D to his cooler friends.
Jacob Anthony Amaro is a senior studying Journalism at Rutgers University. A Mexican-American, he requests you never order from Taco Bell in his presence. @j.amar0
A.W. Strouse, Ph.D., is the author of Form and Foreskin: Medieval Narratives of Circumcision (Fordham University Press) and Gender Trouble Couplets (punctum). Strouse is currently writing a book about the LBGTQ+ history of Mexico City’s subway system. www.awstrouse.com @putotitlan
Brennan is a writer and artist living in New York City. @brennanvickery
Nicholas Adubato is a student at New York’s 3rd best university.
Matthew DeNicola is a photographer living in Brooklyn, New York. @mattiopattio
Leslie Granados’ full time job is in fashion wholesale but her passion project is film photography. Best known by her friends and family as the designated photographer. She enjoys being able to capture a moment in time between loved ones. @lgfilm
Erin K. McAtee is a painter, curator, and co-founder of Arthouse2B, an artist collective based in West Harlem. She regularly places her work in dialogue with music, poetry, performance, and dance, seeking to infuse her pieces with new life in order to reveal the sacred inner lives of her paintings and the figures embodied in them. @erin.k.mcatee @arthouse2B
Born in the Dominican Republic, Vitaly Lopez then moved at the age of seventeen to St. Croix with her family. She studied at the Catholic Pontifical University of Puerto Rico and got her masters degree in fine art in New York Academy of Art, as well as having worked in TV and radio production in Puerto Rico. Her work has been featured in collections, exhibitions in galleries and museums, and The Untitled Magazine among other artists who were featured in the Tribeca Ball. She currently directs a podcast called “socialmente hablando” (socially speaking). @vitalyart__
Southern California native, Patrick Keohane/Revolving Style dabbles in all things creative. His main medium is collage art, working with various publications, brands, and musicians worldwide. In addition, Patrick does photography, album art, and has filmed, edited, and directed several music videos. @revolvingstyle
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