I was recently lucky enough to be asked by the great folks at Bridge Eight Literary magazine to be featured as the artist for archetypes, the sixth issue of this killer publication based in Jacksonville FL. Here’s some details.
Archetypes is a crafted collection of short stories, poems and nonfiction pieces that explore the beliefs, hopes, and dreams that tie us all together—and sometimes drive us apart.
Inside is the story of bitter, homeless writer, typing lines for unsuspecting patrons; and one of an unlikely connection between a man and a queen bee. The poetry sweeps from lost legacy to iconic cartoon. There’s an essay by an author who asks, “how can we take back the image of a Swastika.”
It’s unlike anything we’ve published before, just like you’d expect.
You can Pre-Order this issue here!