The Juvenilia: Issue One is looking fantastic! Featuring an interview with Oscar-winning screenwriter Paul Haggis, new fiction on paper-eating weevils by Italian writer Alcíde Pierantozzi, art spread by collage artist Nathaniel Whitcomb, eighties remix mixtape, drag performance, breaking into Pottery Barn, glitter socks, and so much more. 
Available online and at selected bookstores soon!

The Juvenilia: Issue One is looking fantastic! Featuring an interview with Oscar-winning screenwriter Paul Haggis, new fiction on paper-eating weevils by Italian writer Alcíde Pierantozzi, art spread by collage artist Nathaniel Whitcomb, eighties remix mixtape, drag performance, breaking into Pottery Barn, glitter socks, and so much more. 

Available online and at selected bookstores soon!

On the Time We Pricked Our Fingers on the Stars, Exposing Veins

why can’t I say what I feel for—? if we were closer
we would lavender, or even after we could knuckle
bones raw—”

by Meha Semwal

Ajar

"How
last summer, a storm drove me porous River thinned
What to do with all this inner?

by Lindsey Hutchison

disbelief

"… but
Bug and I, we know: sometimes, you need
someone else to not mind with.”

by Julia Goodman

Coyote

"Ruin me in blue,
paint me in skins baked raw
and glass found broken.”

by Claire Friedman

Numerology

"One lunar year, circling Euclid, I lit
a taper and slipped singed lines
under my tongue. Felt the thin lick of idea eclipsed
by its own urge. Flawed axiom: grasp. Flawed
axiom: rigor.”

by Lindsey Hutchison

Scatter

"Shiver tip, paint me a portrait
for loss, for the color orange
the summer I was sixteen,
and for held hands
like your mother’s china.”

by Claire Friedman

You in California
Text by Emma Aylor; photography by Nolan Boomer

You in California

Text by Emma Aylor; photography by Nolan Boomer

Key West: a haunting

"When you walk out of the tiny, raisin-shriveled airport, the sunlight will brand you: brilliant, pulsating, yellow. Taxis crawl around the tropical island in abundance, like industrious ants, carrying crumbs or tourists double their weight. The ocean is everywhere. The blue, the green, the spray, the kiss."

by Meha Semwal

Portal

"How after a certain age
thrill is no accident of vasculature”

by Lindsey Hutchison