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Collaborators’ Q&A

Artist Stacy Isenbarger: I was drawn to its light and tangled noting of absence, how it brought out those warm edges of crumbling, breaking and disconnection.  Poet Tyler Mills: I was thinking about absence but didn’t have any ideas about what an artist might decide to portray. I love what the artwork does with movement–the artwork is swirling around something that isn’t there, and I think it’s beautiful.

Artist Stacy Isenbarger is an artist, professor, mover, and shaker. She teaches Art + Design at the University of Idaho in Moscow, ID. Poet Tyler Mills is the author of City Scattered, Hawk Parable, Tongue Lyre, as well as Low Budget Movie, co-authored with Kendra DeColo. She teaches for Sarah Lawrence College’s Writing Institute and lives in Brooklyn.

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Broadsides to Books: Walking with the Ancestors

A cover photo of Blood Ties and Brown Liquor taken by the reviewer.

Blood Ties & Brown Liquor by Sean Hill The University of Georgia Press, 2008 ISBN 978-0-8203-3093-8 $18.55, Purchase at Review by Deborah Bacharach In Blood Ties & Brown Liquor, Sean Hill journeys through time in Milledgeville, Georgia from 1831…

Readings & Events!

To celebrate the publication of our anthology, Broadsided Press: Fifteen Years of Poetic and Artistic Collaborations, 2005-2020, we are planning some events. We hope to see you there, in person  or virtually. August 7 – 12 at the Fine Arts…

Call for Submissions: Dear Queer

Dear Queer: Letters in Solidarity with LGBTIQ+ Youth A Broadsided Responds  Feature Broadsided stands in solidarity with the LGBTIQ+ community and all those who call them/us family. Who call them/us loved. This is a moment of unprecedented attacks against the…