Welcome to our 12th issue •
This is our 12th issue, marking the first year of our magazine format. No one anticipated that on our first anniversary the entire world would be struggling with a COVID-19 pandemic.
I would like to think this event has provided many of you with more book-reading time and an opportunity to poke around in our archives of 700+ book reviews that have been published over the past ten years. Hope you have found something inspiring.
We also welcome Rudy Vega as a Guest book reviewer, whose frequent trips to Japan prepared him well for his review of Liam Wong’s photobook TO:KY:OO.
Our entire team is in lock-down, which works well for a virtual magazine organization. Speaking for myself, it has given me time to catch up on photobooks that have been lingering on the side, patiently waiting their turn for a review.
Cheers & please stay healthy and safe,
Editor & Publisher
Book Reviews during March:
Each photograph in Christian Michael Filardo’s Gerontion is a puzzle, a mystery, an enigma. Gerontiontakes its… (more)
In our age of ubiquitous selfies and “mixed media” it is refreshing to review the work of an artist who is truly… (more)
Traditional family photo albums and internet visuals of families are commonplace… (more)
Good Days Quiet, Robert Frank’s final book – or the final book he would have made editorial contribution to… (more)
The allure of air travel seems a distant memory in our current era of long lines, invasive security… (more)
While it’s officially spring on the calendar, snow is making its last stand in many places around the world.… (more)
Backstory: Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things is a new edition book of classic short, Japanese, horror… (more)
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