Issue 8: Grub contributors

Since 1997, the Atlanta Poets Group has been a shifting yet recurrent heterogeneous grouping of both (split)individual and collaboramerged semi-intentional language workers operating under the sign of poetry. Committed to perpetrating disjunctive and disruptive linguistic practices, the APG meets in salon-like fashion on Wednesday evenings and gives semi-regular public performances … view

Issue 5: Crimes Contributors

Unisa Asokan is an idea collaborator, librarian, publisher, writer, editor and poet turned photographer. She leads several creative entrepreneurial efforts including an independent press and a music promotions company. She was a superstar researcher in the brain department at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and has more than fifteen years in the … view

Issue 2: Monsters Contributors

Unisa Asokan is an idea collaborator, librarian, publisher, writer, editor and poet turned photographer. She leads several creative entrepreneurial efforts including an independent press and a music promotions company. She was a superstar researcher in the brain department at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and has more than fifteen years in the … view

Issue 10 Contributors

Atlanta History Kenan Research Center preserves extensive primary source holdings for the study of Atlanta, the surrounding region and the nation during the Civil War. The military history library holdings also include publications on the American Revolution, World War I and World War II.

Glen Armstrong holds an … view