A photograph of illustrator Eric Kons in a black turtleneck and round black glasses sits superimposed on a background featuring a phone screen in landscape orientation. The phone screen is set to a camera app which is displaying an undulating gray background, and the top of the screen reads "THE SUBURBAN REVIEW ISSUE #17 THEFT."
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Q&A with Eric Kons

May 14, 2020 David Mahler

Our Art + Comics Editor, David C Mahler, interviews TSR #17 contributor Eric Kons about his illustration ‘Read Words’ accompanying Annelise Roberts’ poem of the same name, published in #17 THEFT. Read the interview here. […]

An illustration of the head and shoulders of a person with short cropped brown hair, yellow glasses, a small gold hoop earring in the visible ear, wearing a dark brown t shirt. The illustration is simple linework, almost a pop art style, with a neon green background. The person is looking off to the left and smiling slightly.
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Q&A with Stefanie Jordan

April 4, 2020 Zoe Kingsley

Our Deputy Editor (Poetry) Zoe Kingsley interviews TSR #16 contributor Stefanie Jordan about her comic titled ‘It Starts to Smell Like Winter’. Read the interview here. […]

A black and white image of a person with a massive knitted scarf around their neck. The image shows their head and shoulders, with a mostly white backdrop, with the vague outline of a small rocky outcrop behind them.They have long, dark hair that is pulled back, but some wispy curls are present around their face. They wear a dark shirt, and they are smiling slightly.
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Q&A with Leonie Brialey

April 2, 2020 David Mahler

Our Art + Comics Editor David C. Mahler interviews TSR #16 contributor Leonie Brialey about her illustration for Sam Elkin’s ‘Tops’. Read the interview here. […]

A close up shot of a Harris Wagner, showing their head and shoulders. They are light skinned and have short, light brown hair. They are wearing a grey cap with a written logo on the front, which is not legible because the photo crops the words out. They wear a white singlet, and are halfway through biting a golden brown raisin cookie. The background is blurry, but parked cars and people are visible, as well as several giant umbrellas which are usually set up out the front of food stalls.
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Q&A with Harris Wagner

March 14, 2020 Maya Pilbrow

Our Social Media Editor Maya Pilbrow interviews TSR #16 contributor Harris Wagner about his poem titled ’12/26/2018′. Read the interview here. […]

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