34 ORCHARD’s Spring 2021 Table of Contents is here!
We’re excited to announce 34 Orchard‘s Table of Contents for Issue 3 – Spring 2021 – coming to the 34 Orchard website April 25, 2021!
In our third issue, twenty artists ruminate on the sometimes devastating consequences of choice … on the verandah, a selection of cocktails awaits. Choose wisely!
Cover Art: Please Pray – Jen Connic
Am I Beautiful? – Carl Olson
Inheritance – Annie Dunn Watson
Salt and Pepper – W.T. Paterson
The Days Before – Stephanie Lennon
Ribbons – Crystal Sidell
Ark – Charlotte Wyatt
Because You’re Mine – Meghan Arcuri
What the Hands Say of Love – David Holper
Apology – William Kitcher
Intersection – Heather Sullivan
A Lively Place – Nadine Rodriguez
Jim’s World – Ken MacGregor
Unfolding – Elisa Subin
The names of birds. – Jared Lynch
Last Stone on the Left – David H. West
Everything Left in the Bag – Keltie Zubko
One Flesh – Jon Shank
Bathtub Mary – Trisha J. Wooldridge
The Bodies We Should Forget – Nicola Kapron
You’ll be able to download your copy from our Issue Page here on Sunday, April 25. Don’t forget the donate link! Our issues are always free of charge, but if you’d like to help us out, we’d love that. We pay our artists $50 per piece, and that largely comes out of our pockets. Help us keep great art in the world—and others escape to 34 Orchard.
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