This October, we're releasing Gregory Crosby's chapbook, "The Book of Thirteen." We are supremely excited about the collaboration between Crosby and our Digital Editor Ted Chevalier. Crosby wrote thirteen word horror poems, while Chevalier made a print from a woodcut engraving. Pretty impressive, right?
Below is one of the poem/illustration spreads:
Stay tuned for the book's release.
Gregory Crosby’s work has previously appeared in Court Green, Epiphany, Copper Nickel, Paradigm, Rattle, Ophelia Street, Poem, Jacket, Pearl, The South Carolina Review, among others. He holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from the City College of New York. Prior to that, he was an art critic in Las Vegas, Nevada (which still works as an icebreaker at parties). His first chapbook "Spooky Action at a Distance" was published by the Operating System in 2014.
Ted Chevalier lives in Brooklyn, New York. He currently works as a Senior Multimedia Designer at Sales Graphics, where he manages projects for companies such as A&E Networks, Western Union and Disney. He received his BFA in graphic design at School of Visual Arts, with a minor in motion graphics. Ted is also the Web Editor and Digital Designer for Yes, Poetry. He often freelances design and illustration projects, having worked for musicians such as The Slackers and 100dBs. More can be found at his website.