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The Missing Slate:

Summer, 2011

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Published by:
low key/slate publications
Published:
6/17/2011
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
104 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Literature & Writing
Tags:
art, culture, fiction, film, literature, Middle East, photography, poetry, revolution

The Missing Slate is a digital arts and literary publication, published quarterly. This issue's theme is loosely "revolutions", inspired by the youth-led movements in the Middle East.

This issue features poetry by Tyler Bigney, Omar Azam, Nick Kellner and many other young poets. Fiction highlights Pushcart Prize nominee Myronn Hardy, Dylan Tanuos and J. Scott.

Spotlight artists for this issue include musicians Zohaib Kazi and Asfandyar Khan; artists Maria Khan and Amra Khan; cover illustrator Joanne Renaud.

Also Inside: Cultural diversity in writing, social media and revolutions, class boundaries, the importance of indie bookstores in Britain, revolution led through poetry and music.

Features journalism from Nick Sharaf, Omri Luzon, Madeeha Ansari, Maria Amir, Paul Grant, Jacob Silkstone, Khaver Siddiqui, Asmara Malik and others.

The Missing Slate: Summer, 2011


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