Volume no. 5 – Fall
Welcome to our latest web issue of Newfound. Easily our best ever. And the hardest to web format. These writers seriously push the limits of form into experimental territory while arriving at the nearest subject in the world—home.
M.E.’s picks! (Who says I can’t?):
- David Samuel Levinson’s “The Dinner Guest”
(I promise this story will kiss you and make it all better.)
- Emmy Perez’s “Downriver Río Grande Ghazalion”
- John Crutchfield’s “Of Any Thing The Image”
(Feel the photographs in your hand. Smell the wild turkey excrement in the yard.)
- Hillary Gravendyk’s “Buried Shoreline” and more
(We miss your genius.)
- Michael Person’s “O’Connor’s Georgia”
(You love Flannery O’Connor. But do you love O’Connor more than Michael Pearson?)
- Yojiro Imasaka’s “U.S.A.”
(A German architect in a past life. Now a brilliant photographer.)
Okay, so I know what you’ve been thinking. Web issue? Is there any other incarnation of the journal in existence??
No. Not until this winter.
Ya! We’re venturing into print this December. I can hear you quaking with anticipation. Seriously, stop shaking so much. Your downstairs neighbors are going to start complaining or someone might call an ambulance, and how awkward would that be?
Until then, we’ll keep the light on.
Daniel Levis Keltner, Managing Editor