Issue 2

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“Limbo,” Digital Drawing, iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, Procreate, 2020

Yvonne Rathbone °°° “A Life Well-Lived”

Amy King °°° “Epiphany” °°° “Harlequin” °°° “To Honor” °°° “After Words”


“Before,” Blue Ballpoint Pen Drawing in Stillman and Birn Alpha Sketchbook, 7×10″, 2020

Travis Chi Wing Lau °°° “On the Night of My Collapse”

River LaMer °°° “Apathy’s Tower” °°° “Hidradenitis Suppurativa”

Elizabeth Macula °°° “Peas before the Snow” °°° “Día de los Muertos” °°° “The Finality of Returning”


“States of Being,” Digital Drawing, iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, Procreate, 2020

Gaia Thomas °°° “one” °°° “two” °°° “three” °°° “four”

K. Iver °°° “Ballet’s Guide to OCD Which the French Call the Doubting Disease” °°° “Second Position (Home Practice)”


“Sirens at Twilight,” Blue Ballpoint Pen, Sakura Micron Pens, and Watercolor Drawing, in Stillman and Birn Beta Sketchbook, 5.5×8.5″, 2020

Angela N. Weddle is an autistic savant with cerebral palsy and congenital right hemisphere brain damage. She has mentored disabled youth in poetry and art for Summer on the Hill. Her digital art, poetry and other writing has appeared in PopSugar and in The Art of Autism in partnership with Apple. She is a feature film artist for the University of Exeter’s ExDx Films. Weddle lives in San Antonio, TX, where she offers private tutoring in art.

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