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Pictures Without Words – VOL 001, ISS 002

As much intersubjective agreement as possible. Pictures Without Words Volume 001, Issue 002 includes work by Saleem Ahmed, Chris Bentley, Elise Boularan, Leslie Burns, Amanda L. Driggers, Matt Evans, Gretchen Grace, Amanda Greene, Emil Handke, Julie Renee Jones, Tammy Mercure, Lindsay McCarty, Michaela O’Brien, John O’Connor, Miles Price, Matthew Shain, Kurt Simonson, Nabil Tazi, Matt Williams, Sara J. Winston, and Tara Wray.

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Wipe Your Nose Sugar Boy by Mark Albain

If Wipe Your Nose Sugar Boy is situated within Southern Gothic themes, Albain wastes no time getting directly to one of its most central themes—religion. […] Vanity plates and discarded signs indicate that Wipe Your Nose Sugar Boy is set at least in part, in Tennessee. A dead bird, tattered things covered in tarps, and overgrown fauna that follow suggest that in Albain’s South, the gospel is less about prosperity and more about the realism of muted gray tones.

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