Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Issue #20 of Otoliths is now live



Otoliths welcomes in the Year of the Rabbit with a powerhouse issue that's even more wide-ranging than usual.

Issue #20, the southern summer 2011 issue, contains work in many forms—text, visuals, even chapters from an asemic kinetic novel-in-progress—by nick-e melville, Jim Meirose, Satu Kaikkonen, dan raphael, Philip Byron Oakes, Barrie Darke, Dorothee Lang & Karyn Eisler, James Davis, Morgan Harlow, Tyson Bley, John M. Bennett, Raymond Farr, Matthew Johnstone, Ahimsa Timoteo Bodhrán, Jeff Crouch & Satu Kaikkonen, Theodore Worozbyt, Howie Good, Michael Farrell, Stephen Emmerson, B. T. Abrams, Jeff Harrison, Andy Frazee, Mariah Hamang, Reed Altemus, Andrew K. Peterson, Felino Soriano, Carlos Rowles, Robert Gauldie, Tom Beckett interviewing Joel Chace, Joel Chace, SJ Fowler, De Villo Sloan, Eric Hoffman, Cecelia Chapman, Wayne Mason, Jill Chan, Anatol Knotek & Márton Koppány, Paul Siegell, Peter LaBerge, George McKim, Carlyle Baker, sean burn, Chris Moran, Stephen Nelson, Alexander Batkin, Keith Higginbotham, J. Crouse, Orchid Tierney, Rachel J. Fenton, Ana Viviane Minorelli, Russell Jaffe, Vernon Frazer, Samit Roy, Sam Langer, Michael Jacobson, Heller Levinson, Mark Cunningham, Marco Giovenale, Charles Freeland, Clark Lunberry, J. D. Nelson, Susan Gangel & Terry Turrentine, Bobbi Lurie, Tim Wright, Bob Heman, Thomas Fink, Spencer Selby, & Richard Kostelanetz.

As what is rapidly becoming the Otoliths catchphrase goes, there's something there for everyone.

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