Somehow it's August already, which means a brand-new issue of Alexandria Quarterly and the start of a whole new volume of art, music and literature. Big thanks to everyone who visits, and especially to those out there who submit. It's an honor to learn about what you do, and to be able to share it. This issue marks the beginning of AQ's third year, and this editor couldn't feel more grateful.
On to what's inside...Katie Farris and Lavinia Hanachiuc deliver not just a mind-blowing art + prose piece but an actual experience. Jamie O'Hara Laurens interviews Michael Odom on his Selene, and a new review from the Music Desk of Ryan Hamilton that offers a peek into the sounds-mind of Dan Rineer and the "punk-tinged psychedelia combined with humor, poetic suitability and general weirdness that is pretty specific to this particular band."
The issue also features a bunch of impressive young writers and artists in our Emerging Artists & Writers series, some seriously gorgeous poetry, and an excerpt of an exploration by Douglas Penick.
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