way out, by Casey Renee Kiser
~ way out ~
Casey Renee Kiser
Artwork by Lydia Burris
Casey Renee Kiser writes an electric-sensually charged poetry, lyrical and alive with street language, her words strike like literary barbed harpoons: something intoxicating and illuminating, the hot dark moments of our time, enticing and alluring: this poet is a predator of nakedness, raw, the truth of us all; fearless and always feminine. This is a poet you should read. — John D Robinson
26 lettered copies: A-Z
$5.00 or £5.00 plus p&p
Published and edited by John D Robinson
Photo credit: Jasmyn Taylor Givens
Daniel Ortiz is a self taught artist from Albuquerque, New Mexico…a beautiful place where saints jack off in the sky and history hangs from the walls like quiet screams.
He lives to make art, but it’s not what he does for a living. He’s a slave to the eight hour day, like most of us are…but he’s hoping for a way out, in more ways than one.
If you like what you see, more of his work can be seen on Instagram.