photography

Sandra Santos: Unveiling

Sandra Santos is a poet, teacher, writer, and translator from Portugal born in 1994. She holds a B.A. in Languages and International Relations from University of Porto and got her Master’s degree in Editorial Studies at the University of Aveiro. As a translator, she has published her work in Portugal, Spain, and Latin America, working back and forth in Portuguese, Spanish, and English. Her own poetic work can be found online at: http://sandrasantos-ss.blogspot.pt/.

Sandra Santos: Unveiling

The #SURVIVOR Photo Series Explores What It Looks Like to Survive Trauma

Joanna C. Valente is a human who lives in Brooklyn, New York. They are the author of Sirs & Madams, The Gods Are Dead, Marys of the Sea, Sexting Ghosts, Xenos, No(body) (forthcoming, Madhouse Press, 2019), and is the editor of A Shadow Map: Writing by Survivors of Sexual Assault. They received their MFA in writing at Sarah Lawrence College. Joanna is the founder of Yes Poetry and the senior managing editor for Luna Luna Magazine. Some of their writing has appeared in The Rumpus, Them, Brooklyn Magazine, BUST, and elsewhere. Joanna also leads workshops at Brooklyn Poets. joannavalente.com / Twitter: @joannasaid / IG: joannacvalente / FB: joannacvalente


The #SURVIVOR Photo Series Explores What It Looks Like to Survive Trauma

Viktorsha Uliyanova: A World in Black & White

Viktorsha Uliyanova is a Russian artist and writer focusing primarily on documentary and portraiture. Her work examines post-Soviet world, isolationism, and the interpersonal complexities between the East and the West. Uliyanova's photographs rely upon unstructured spontaneity thus capturing the fragility of time and real nature of her subjects. Drawing from her background in poetry,the images are often presented as visual narratives and explore the unnoticed fleeting moments. Uliyanova lives and works in New York City. 

Viktorsha Uliyanova: A World in Black & White

Christine Stoddard: Mortem et Virginiana

Born and raised in Arlington, Virginia, Christine Stoddard is a Salvadoran-Scottish-American writer, editor, and artist now based in New York. Her work has appeared in Marie ClaireCosmopolitanBustleNative Peoples MagazineThe Feminist Wire, the New York Transit Museum, the Condé Nast Building, The Huffington Post, and beyond. In 2012, the Puffin Foundation honored her with a national emerging artist grant in photography. That same year, she debuted her documentary film, The Persistence of Poe, at the Poe Museum and on PBS-Richmond/Charlottesville. In 2014, Folio Magazine named Christine one of the media industry's top 20 people in their 20s for founding Quail Bell Magazine. Her book, Images of America: Richmond Cemeteries, which she co-authored with Misty Thomas. also came out that year. This year, The History Press published her book, Hispanic and Latino Heritage in Virginia
 

Christine Stoddard: Mortem et Virginiana

Daniela Olszewska: Sleeping Machine

Daniela Olszewska is the author of three full-length collections of poetry: cloudfang : : cakedirt (Horse Less Press, 2012), True Confessions of An Escapee From The Capra Facility For Wayward Girls (Spittoon Press, 2013), and Citizen J (Artifice Books, 2013). With Carol Guess, she is the co-author of  How To Feel Confident With Your Special Talents (Black Lawrence Press, 2014) and Human-Ghost Hybrid Project(Black Lawrence Press, forthcoming).  Her website is: http://www.danielaolszewska.com

Daniela Olszewska: Sleeping Machine