The Suburban Review #19—ECHO
Close your eyes and open your ears because The Suburban Review #19: ECHO is finally here! Get ready to tune in to the reverberations. Nnadi Samuel wraps his tongue around words and sounds while Vince Ruston goes fishing. Safdar Ahmed paints Luke Patterson’s love songs. Carly Candiloro shouts into the void and Chris Marks indulges in hobbies. Jill Jones navigates space, time, and identity while Hannah Jenkins instructs in the art of long-distance communication. Alicia Gadd-Carolan looks for reflections of memories and Icky Brothers sits beside the abyss.
Cover art ‘The Void, July 2020’ by Icky Brothers.
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