A neverending mobius strip comic by Joshua Chappell
Folk symbology and the indispensable perils of growth in Sophia Wiedeman’s The Lettuce Girl.
In “Patron Saint,” Sam Alden alters a crucial detail of a classic story.
In Alec Longstreth’s fantasy world, an injured amnesiac searching for his past is sheltered by a man hiding from his own.
Mindfulness in the comics of Corinne Mucha.
A punk aesthetic finds a stately home at Providence’s new Rhode Island Independent Publishing Expo.
In Saint’s Love, Krystal DiFronzo troubles the waters between faith and delusion.
Rachael Smith’s smoldering twenty-somethings try to rekindle their artistic fires with a night of calculated hedonism.
From the Clouds tells of a benevolent and somewhat doughy alien race that comes to earth to enlighten humanity. But should we believe the tale we’re told?
Wherein we examine some unusually delightful books that have lately arrived, bury an important announcement two-thirds of the way down, offer our gratitude to you, the reader, as sincerely as we can, and make a plaintive plea of the national postal service.