SPOOK: Issue One

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Published by:
Jason Parham
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
26 pages Perfect-bound
Literature & Writing
art, fiction, nonfiction, poetry

Spook is a literary magazine conceived by writers and artists of color, a sort of literary arts mixtape (think The Paris Review meets Wax Poetics, or better yet: a Lucille Clifton verse set to a Madlib beat).

Issue One features rhapsodies from Patrice Evans (Negropedia), Justin Torres (We The Animals), Rembert Browne (Grantland), Tavia Nyong'o (The Amalgamation Waltz: Race, Performance, and the Ruses of Memory), Warsan Shire (Teaching My Mother How To Give Birth) and Kyla Marshell (Cave Canem Fellow), among others.

Spook is the essence, the pulse—it is a brilliant dissonance of ideas and art that contain no bound, an ever-evolving dialog between past and present.

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SPOOK: Issue One

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