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In this edition of Paper Cuts, Christopher Kardambikis hosts readings of work created by artists of The Bushwick Review, a collaborative publication that features short stories, essays, poetry, photography, recipes, paintings, drawings, plays, comics, and basically anything that can be printed on a black and white page. The current issue VI is only available in print, as a lovable little book that you can hold in your hands, read under the covers, or put in your bag or pocket.

Kristen Felicetti is a writer and the editor of The Bushwick Review. Her writing has appeared in Shabby Doll House, Hobart, Electric Literature, DUM DUM Zine, and Hopes&Fears. In addition to writing, she has done live analog visuals for bands at venues around the country. Additionally, she has written and produced a modern radio play called The New York Crimes.

Tim Vienckowski is a professional designer and illustrator of magazine pages and other surfaces. He relishes side projects like The Bushwick Review, which allow him to shed daily constraints and collaborate with friends.

Lucy K Shaw is the founding editor of Shabby Doll House and the author of The Motion (421 Atlanta, 2015). She lives in Berlin.

Featuring music by Buffalo Sex Change and Ceremonial Abyss.
 

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Paper Cuts is an exploration of the contemporary world of zines and DIY publishing. Hosted by Christopher Kardambikis, each program will feature writers, performers, and artists who have shared their work in print, on paper, and in small editions. Zines are truly dynamic publications that have built and supported engaged communities around ideals, experiences, genres, music, politics, poetry…anything that can be printed, shared, and/or mailed. The series will act as a cross section of this varied landscape and rich history. Listen to voices that would normally live in your hands and demand your eyeballs.
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