IP Volume 3: In Parentheses Literary Magazine (Fall 2014) / Artwork by Eugenia Loli
Front Cover The cover image by EUGENIA LOLI is inspired by the Dionysian Mysteries. Eugenia is heavily influenced by the ancient Greek mythology and stories.
EUGENIA LOLI is a filmmaker and a modern vintage collage artist. Before art took over her life, she was in the technology sector. Originally from Greece, for many years now in California.
The following is a list of all the featured contributors.
IP Volume 3: In Parentheses Literary Magazine (Fall 2014)
“Giddy Up” by Cliff Weber
“Nude Photographys of Immortality” by Cliff Weber
“when art takes a breath/my eyes reach for a pen” by Cliff Weber
“Without Bite” by AJ Huffman
“Of Sound” by AJ Huffman
“A Vision in Empathy” by AJ Huffman
“Eraser Crumbs” by Jon Dambacher
“Lightning Comes First” by Trinity Tibe
“Taking the Veil” by Trinity Tibe
“Mictlan” by Joseph Victor Milford
“Lost City” by Joseph Victor Milford
“Glyph” by Joseph Victor Milford
“Eternity” by Hadley A. Hutchens
“Morning Glories” by Hadley A. Hutchens
“Four” by Natalie Hernandez
“They Speak” by Phillipe Martin Chatelain
“holographic america” by Phillipe Martin Chatelain
Long Form / Prose
“Kohlapuri Chappal Incident” by Sarah Edwards
“All Intent” by Adam Dalva
“Gardening” by Cassie Duncanson
“The Black Gentrifier: An Emerging Social Anomaly” by Michael Pitter
“Understanding an Artist: Politics in a Photograph” interview with Mhairi-Clare Fitzpatrick
“Upset Balance” by Mhairi-Clare Fitzpatrick
“Dependable Relationship” by Eugenia Loli
“Rust on Blue” by Fabio Sassi
“Soul Summit” by Charles Rich Jr.
“Summer” by Charles Rich Jr.
“Notes 2 Self” by Kiwana Semambya
“Girl with Balloons” by Eugenia Loli
Collage by Erin Dillon
“Finishing Touches” by Eugenia Loli
Vignette by Trinity Tibe
“Intruders” by Charles Rich Jr. “Consensually So” by Eugenia Loli
“Gazpacho” by Eugenia Loli
Untitled by Ben Giles
“Black Widows” by Mhairi-Clare Fitzpatrick
“The Lovebite” by Mhairi-Clare Fitzpatrick
Selections from ε series by Michael Pitter
From the Editor:
We hope that readers receive In Parentheses as a medium through which the evolution of human thought can be appreciated, nurtured and precipitated. It will present a dynamo of artistic expression, journalism, informal analysis of our daily world, entertainment of ideas considered lofty and criticism of today’s popular culture. The featured content does not follow any specific ideology except for that of intellectual expansion of the masses.
Founded in late 2011, In Parentheses prides itself upon analysis of the current condition of intelligence in the minds of these young people, and building a hypothesis for one looming question: what comes after Post-Modernism?
The idea for this magazine stems from a simple conversation regarding the aforementioned question, which drew out the need to identify our generation’s place in literary history.
To view the types of work we typically publish, preview or purchase our past issues.