Happy New Year, 2019! We welcome you (rabbit rabbit) with a new broadside and a review of Jennifer Martelli's book, "The Uncanny Valley." May your 2019 be full of art, literature, and community.
Collaborators’ Q&A: Stephen Scott Whitaker: A lot of my recent work is sound-centered, inspired by snatches of hums or whistled tunes heard as a child, a grandfather’s mumblings, or a choral abstraction of syllables. Artist Sara Tabbert: I know the goal of Broadsided for the artist is not to be directly illustrative, but in this case I couldn’t shake the image of the rabbit’s start, that realization on the part of the game that something is happening.
Poet Stephen Scott Whitaker (@SScottWhitaker) is a member of National Book Critics Circle, managing editor for The Broadkill Review, and the author of three chapbooks. Artist Sara Tabbert works with carved wood, both as prints and as relief panels. Her studio is in her hometown of Fairbanks, Alaska.
Read the full Q&A and get the Broadside