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Poets: Bob Hicok, William Stobb, Jane Draycott, Emily Kendal Frey, Cathryn Cofell, Patrick Duggan and Brooklyn Copeland.

Artists: Natalia Fabia, Zhaoming Wu, Robert C. Jackson, Victoria McKenzie, Glenn Harrington, Paul Beliveau, Peter Ciccariello, Jorge-Alberto, Justin Wiest, Dana Clancy, David MacDowell and Nahem Shoa.

Grace Cavalieri Interview with Ron Silliman and with Da
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Published August 1st 2008 by GOSS183::CASA MENENDEZ
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Grady
Feb 04, 2009 Grady rated it it was amazing
A Bright and Shining Light: Oranges & Sardines Joins the Realm of Fine Arts Publications

ORANGES & SARDINES is one of the new bright lights in the field of 'artspeak'. This is only the second issue of Volume 1 and if all of the future volumes carry the dignity and potency of this volume, art collectors and art lovers and artists and educators and other dreamers will want to collect the entire series. Uncluttered by advertisements and announcements and postings of workshops or gallery revi
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Aug 06, 2008 Mia Tryst rated it it was amazing
I've read the book and I plan to buy a hard copy as a keepsake. This is one of the few magazines out there that truly goes beyond the boundaries of mere "art" for art's sake, mere "poetry" for poetry's sake. From the striking cover art of Didi Menendez's portrait of Natalia Fabia to Fabia's own breathtaking artwork, to Bob Hicok's poetry to Grace Cavalieri's interviews...all of it fabulous, it's obvious that these editors put a lot of work and thought into the magazine.

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Kirk
Aug 06, 2008 Kirk rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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I wasn't prepared for how striking the visuals of the second issue of O&S are---Natalia Fabia's "Leopard Sky" in particular. Natalia may be the only person who has a legitimate use for glitter anymore. I was also smitten with Robert C. Jackson and Victoria McKenzie's canvases. I definitely recommend folks buy a copy instead of downloading the PDF. I'm ordering several (of course, I have a vested interested: in in it!). But I also enjoyed the poetry, especially Bob Hicok (a Guggenheimer), ...more
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Fantastic! The art. The poetry. So well done!
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There is not a more beautiful magazine in print than ORANGES & SARDINES Grace Cavalieri
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A-mazing. Seriously IN-credible this publication. I've had it in my "currently-reading" pile for like 5 months now, a friend borrowed it and then someone borrowed from him, and round and round it went until it was back in my arms. I can't stop looking at the art in this issue; the poems are fantastic and the interviews are exciting, inspiring, and yes, even helpful. It's well-worth the price of a hardback book and more. And it has held up extremely well. Despite all the hands that have been on ...more
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Bob Hicok was born in 1960. His most recent collection, This Clumsy Living (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2007), was awarded the 2008 Bobbitt Prize from the Library of Congress. His other books are Insomnia Diary (Pitt, 2004), Animal Soul (Invisible Cities Press, 2001),a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, Plus Shipping (BOA, 1998), and The Legend of Light (University of ...more
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