stolon: autumnal equinox, issue 3 (Edited by J.K. Fowler, Seasonal, 2013)

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Contributors (writers):

Candas Sisman, Ebru Yetiskin, Thorston Bauer

Contributors (artists):

Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Editor:

J.K. Fowler

Cover artwork:

Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Rhizo-theme:

Projection

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nomadic sojourns creative collective's seasonal chapbook publication, stolon: autumnal equinox (issue 3), brings you Candas Sisman, renowned projection mapper based in Turkey, in conversation with Ebru Yetiskin, and the writing of Thorston Bauer, founder and creative director of URBANSCREEN, based in Germany. The work of internationally renowned projection artists from the UK, Tim Noble and Sue Webster, graces this issues cover and appears in a wonderfully sinister 12-page interior spread. While exploring the underlying theme of movement as in all things nomadic, this season's issue plays with the idea of projection and all of its potential meanings.   

Publication details:

68 pages
Literary Journal
ISBN: 9781938022647
Dimensions: 4.5” x 6”
Publication date: September 22, 2013
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nomadic sojourns journal, volume 2 (Edited by J.K. Fowler, Annual, 2013)

nomadic sojourns journal volume 2 2013
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Contributors (writers):

J.K. Fowler, Mary K. Ryan, Shaun Randol, Matthew VanMeter, Joshua Amses, Michaela Mullin, Nikole Hanh, Michael Washburn, Seema Shakti, Mary K. Ryan

Contributors (artists):

Jordan Weber, Kristen Dill, Noah Doely

Editor:

J.K. Fowler

Cover design:

Jordan Weber

Rhizo-theme:

Movement

From the back cover:

Movement composes the day-to-day and mundane to the extra-ordinary internal forests of our bodies. nomadic sojourns journal takes the creative leap to explore such movement(s) through the lens’ of a number of different fields and mediums.

Publication details:

110 pages
Literary Journal
ISBN: 9781938022630
Dimensions: 6.1875" x 9.375"  
Publication date: September 15, 2013
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stolon: summer solstice, issue 2 (Edited by J.K. Fowler, Seasonal, 2013)

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Contributors (writers):

Andrea Lira, Una Lorenzen

Contributor (artist):

Lewis Gray

Editor:

J.K. Fowler

Cover artwork:

Lewis Gray

Rhizo-theme:

Animation

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nomadic sojourns creative collective's seasonal chapbook publication, stolon: summer solstice (issue 2), brings you the writings of Andrea Lira (Chilean animator/director/illustrator) and Una Lorenzen (Icelandic animation director), both of whom explore animation, movement, and the power of the line, creation, and the unbound imagination.

Our 2013 summer solstice issue's cover and one second of animation featured as the publication's centerfold explores the mechanical and the movement(s) of freedom and have been pulled from Lewis Gray's beautiful animated short film, "Obsolete", which is featured as a Vimeo Staff Pick at: http://vimeo.com/65976376. 

Publication details:

52 pages
Literary Journal
ISBN: 978-1-938-02254-8
Dimensions: 4.5” x 6.0” 
Publication date: June 21, 2013
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stolon: spring equinox, issue 1 (Edited by J.K. Fowler, Seasonal, 2013)

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Contributors (writers):

Annie Humphrey, Jason S. Greene

Contributor (artist):

Robert Goodin

Editor:

J.K. Fowler

Cover artwork:

Andrea Lira

Rhizo-theme:

Comedy

About:

Brings you the comedic writings of Annie Humphrey and Jason S. Greene with comics illustrated by Robert Goodin. This issue's cover and inside artwork has been masterfully created by the wonderfully talented animator, illustrator and director, Andrea Lira.
 
While exploring the underlying theme of movement as in all things nomadic, this season's issue will hopefully have you laughing until your sides hurt at completely inappropriate times.

Publication details:

56 pages
Literary Journal
ISBN: 978-1-938-02238-8
Dimensions: 4.5” x 6.0” 
Publication date: March 22, 2013
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nomadic sojourns journal, volume 1 (Edited by J.K. Fowler, Annual, 2012)

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Contributors:

J.K. Fowler, Mary K. Ryan, Shaun Randol, Eric Anthamattan, Jason Wirth, Gia Rapasadi, Asha Man, Rachel Signer, Ashwin Parulkar, Carlos C.L. Graham, Paula Lobo

Editor:

J.K. Fowler

Assistant Editor:

Carlos Marquez

Cover design and artwork:

Jaki Bradley

Rhizo-theme:

Movement

From the back cover:

Born as dream, as trickle down reveries of sand dunes and parted ways. Of new relations, those past and gone; life of love, death of parting ways. Of wings spread distant, of the omnipresent and illusory hope that something new, something different awaits. Through literature and the subterranean darkened tracks of dream, weaved in tendrils of anthropological stratum and amorphous musical renderings and along pathways worn anew by philosopher’s troddings and flickerings of consciousness awakened, nomadic sojourns journal approaches the exploration of movement as child through the vistas of philosophy, literature, music, dream, consciousness, photography, anthropology, poverty, and aid. 

We are born of movement, seek movement to offer our lives change, require movement to maintain the illusion of sanity, call upon movement to move our bodies through space and time to arrivals. We return. We go. We are composed, and constituent, of movement; we long for it when our capability to acheive it is lost and dream of stillness after having moved too much. 

The first annual volume of nomadic sojourns journal offers an opening as becoming, as possibility of what may come. And to that, we move. 

Publication details:

160 pages
Literary Journal
ISBN: 9781938022265
Dimensions: 6.1875" x 9.375"  
Publication date: September 15, 2012
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