We are thrilled to announce the line-up for our twelfth issue, “Flow,” which will be released on June 1st. The gorgeous cover art is “Dance in the Flow” by Yolanda Movsessian. 

 

Julia Antinozzi, Video/Performance Art/Dance, New York, USA

Treanor Baring, Essay, Texas, USA

Shawna Ervin, Poetry, Colorado, USA

Carol Farmayan, Visual Art, Texas, USA

Helen Gilbert, Poetry, England, UK

Charlotte Hart, Poetry, Illinois, USA

Nikita Helewa, Poetry, Ontario, Canada

Miles Hitchcock, Poetry, Australia

Rachael Ikins, Poetic Essay/Memoir, New York, USA

D.R. James, Poetry, Michigan, USA

Kamille Leak, Visual Art, Illinois, USA

Sara McAulay, Poetry, California, USA*

Kathy Labrum McVittie, Poetry, Scotland, UK

Yolanda Movsessian, Visual Art, Texas, USA*

Ariel Neo, Video/Visual Art, France

Vasilios Papaioannu, Video Art, Greece/USA*

Carol Radsprecher, Visual Art, New York, USA

Dru Richman, Short Play, Texas, USA

Judith Skillman, Visual Art, Washington, USA

Margo Stutts Toombs, Flash Fiction/Short Story, Texas, USA

Root Yarden, Video/Poetry, Israel

Jonathan Yungkans, Poetry, California, USA

 

*Contest winners for this issue

 

Our current issue, “Ritual,” debuted March 1st, exploring the sacred and mundane ceremonies of many peoples and traditions, ancient and modern. From mythology to that daily cup of coffee, we celebrate what it is to be human. 

Subscribe here. You can also buy the individual issue. Pre-orders for “Flow” will begin soon.

You can review our submission guidelines here. Submissions are now open for “Empowered,” our thirteenth issue.

 

 

Synchronicity is a term coined by Carl Jung that refers to “the simultaneous occurrence of events which appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection.” This makes our focus eclectic, but we do have subjects that we favor:

The arts and creativity, the intersection of art and science, nature, social justice (pro feminism, pro GLBTQIA, pro Black Lives Matter and support for any opportunity to promote equality and respect across the lines of gender, ethnicity, culture, religion and economic status), mythology and storytelling, imagination and fantasy, dreams and their imagery, and personal and collaborative expression.