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Buckman Journal brings together Portland's exceptional talent and presents them to the greater world. Delivered with grit and cutting visuals, the printed medium is very much alive in Buckman.

Buckman Journal 001

$15.00Price
  • PRODUCT DETAILS: Print: 174 Full color. Perfect bound, large paperback.

     

    CONTENTS:

    Letter From The Editor
    Hot Box
    by Craig Foster. Flash fiction. Art by Wooden Cyclops.
    KISS FIGHT KISS by Jessica Dylan Miele. Short story. Photography by Kate Woodman
    Old Portland by Rich Perin. Short story. Illustrated by Jodie Beechum
    Really Awesome and Poor by Tammy Gomez. Essay. Paintings by Ruth Shively
    More Human Achievements by Lauren Hunter. Poetry. Photo collage by Annika Izora
    The Untitled by Jennifer Hayler. Short story. Photography by Brendon Burton.
    Tokyo Free Time by Craig Foster. Flash fiction. Wooden Cyclops Illustration.
    Disposable Memories by Raechel Wolfe. Interview. Photography by Corbin Corbin
    Axis/Praxis by E.L. Hopkins. Short story. Digital art by Braeden Cox
    PAY DAY by Hugh Newell. Graphic Narrative
    Manhattan Does Not Get Up, Stand Up For Marley and Tosh. Memoir. Paintings by M3AT
    Morocco And My First Eid Kabir by Tiara Darnell. Memoir
    South Texas Gift de Thrift by Bonnie Ilza Cisneros. Mixed genre. Susan Sage paintings.
    Self Made Woman by Denise Chanterelle Dubois. Memoir excerpt. Collages by Stephanie Hatch
    Checking Out by Craig Foster. Flash fiction. Wooden Cyclops Illustration
    Consort by Merridawn Duckler. Short story. Jamila Clarke Photographs
    Honor Roll

     

    SIZE: 9.25″ x 7.5″

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