Leah Dockrill's 'It's Just Girl Talk' brought a new level of wherewithal to Ina's 'The Therapist' and together the two of them blended into something that our Winter 2018 Issue simply needed to have included within its pages.
Ina took us on a trip with her piece 'The Therapist' and showed us all what happens when you blow big whistles. Check out our Winter Issue and find out what happens when the birds got a hold of her ideas.
So proud to give Caitlin's first publication a home in NUNUM's Winter 2018 Issue. Had no idea when we accepted it but after seeing her 'Surplus Male' piece, I've no doubt this is but one of the many gems Caitlin is going to through out into the world.
Anita Goveas slid us a wonderfully insightful piece for our Winter 2018. 'Sideways' blended into a doodle in our pages and became the anchor story with which we ended our first year of telling stories.
Alex Wells Shapiro lent NUNUM a few of his charcoal pieces to blend with Caitlin Bagwell's story 'Surplus Male' and together they came right up against what we strive for with every piece we release, a little bit of insightful madness.
Russell Helms shared his take on yuletide shenanigans with his story 'Holiday Resolve' in our Fall 2018 issue. Could be happier to have Russell with us and the voice and direction of his story really brought this issue together. Perhaps not coincidentally Russell became one of NUNUM's nominees for this year's Pushcart Prize.
We couldn't have been happier when Catherine's work appeared here, it was the one thing we'd been waiting for to pull 'Frogs' together in just the symbiotic kind way we love to do things here. Catherine has lived in the Northwest most of her life, a graduate of Stanford University, who has always been drawn to the arts.
John Van Kirk made us here at NUNUM take another look at the choices we've made with his subltely provocative introspective piece 'Tool Box for Table' which featured in our Fall 2018 issue. Combining John's story with the inherent sense of discovery tactilely brushed into the art of Alexis Avlamis allowed for an interplay between the two that just looped round round until we ended up with one of our best pieces of the year.
Anay Avoravu gifted us our Fall 2018 cover image 'Honeymoon' and left us spellbound as she piqued the veil of an iconic cultural moment.
Anay Avoravu herself at a young age would travel abroad in search of clients and subjects that would satisfy her obsession with bringing reality to print. Unaccepted in Russia after traveling from Egypt to UAE and around the globe she has found her home in Miami Beach.