Finally, here it is. First, Issue 14:
The photograph is titled “cacoethes” and was created by Anna Martin. A bit about her: Anna Martin is a digital artist, writer and photographer based out of Saint Augustine, Florida. She is an avid explorer and much of her artwork is inspired by her travels and life experiences, and she strives to capture emotions and inspire others with her work. Her work has been previously exhibited in various galleries and museums, such as the Rosenberg Gallery and the Baltimore Museum of Art. Anna also frequently works under the pseudonym Vacantia, and more of her art can be found at http://www.vacantia.org.
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January 11th, 2016 at 1:43 pm
Huzzah! Can’t wait to give it a read 🙂
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