The Winter 2019 Issue of The Raw Art Review has gone to print. Contributors should expect their copies in the mail by March 31, 2019. If you don’t receive your copy, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Uncollected Press, the publisher of The Raw Art Review, has selected John D. Robinson’s book Hang in There for the first book publication project in 2019. UCP is very excited to have the opportunity to present John’s beautiful, powerful, deeply illuminating and often devastating poems in full book form. Please see RAR’s featured poet page for John (link below) to get a preview of John’s poetry, to see John’s BIO and to find links to buy his previously published books.
Please be aware the print copies of THE RAW ART REVIEW FALL 2018 have been mailed. All contributors that provided an mailing address have been sent their copies. If you do not receive your copy by March 15, 2019, please notify us.
WINNER: Chess Player Suddenly Distracted, by Dave Sims
Dave Sims After 30+ years of teaching in colleges, universities, military bases, and prisons from Alaska to Louisiana, Dave Sims retired to the mountains of central Pennsylvania where he now dwells and creates. His most recent comix appear in Gigantic Sequins, The Nashville Review, Talking Writing, and Freeze Ray. He can be reached at email@example.com.
RUNNER-UP: Backyard Familiar #5, by Mason Bondi
Mason Bondi is a California based painter working in a studio in San Rafael. His work explores the familiar people in his life in familiar places. Mason overlays these images with what he sees within the individual – expressing these feelings via color and form.
RUNNER-UP: Mother’s Rain, by J. Ray Paradiso
J. Ray Paradiso – A confessed outsider, Chicago’s J. Ray Paradiso is a recovering academic in the process of refreshing himself as an EXperiMENTAL writer and street photographer. His work has appeared in dozens of publications including Big Pond Rumors, Storgy and Typishly. Equipped with graduate cRaZy quilt degrees in both Business Administration and Philosophy, he labors to fill temporal-spatial, psycho-social holes and, on good days, to enjoy the flow. All of his work is dedicated to his true love, sweet muse and body guard: Suzi Skoski Wosker Doski.