NUNUM - Blending Flash Fiction & Art
Interview with George Stein
Recently, it was the New York Public Library's exhibition on the
Stonewall Inn uprising in June of 1969. Lots of photos and publications from the era, 25 cent underground magazines, photos of the writers, photographers, and editors, all working for almost nothing, financially.To see these underground newspapers and magazines as framed documentation around the initial struggles for LGBTQ rights, it was a humbling statement about how real revolutions occur and the power of a free press.
Pen, pencil or phone which one do you reach for when you need to write something down?
Always a soft-gel pen.
Easy enough. What advice would you give someone who is just starting to send their work out to journals?
Plan for acceptance, do everything required, but expect rejection, to
of submissions over the wall, and keep writing, or shooting new
photos in my case. I think some editors regard tenacity as a favorable trait, at least that's the positive delusion that I choose to work under.
Hunter Gatherer words by Rachel Hoffman, art by George Stein
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