Category: Issues of SER Online

Staff Picks: Word of South Festival

by Southeast Review staff Tallahassee’s second annual Word of South Festival is a celebration of literature and music and the connections between the two. At this festival, which is being held this weekend, April 8-10, in Cascades Park, you’ll find musicians who write books, authors who write about music, and combined performances by musicians and authors. Don’t miss out on this unique literary event! To help you…

Raising Our Voices, Claiming Our Words

A special online feature of The Southeast Review: December 2014 It is impossible to know what will endure of the conversations about race, power, and justice that surfaced after the events in Ferguson, in Staten Island, and across the country. For many Americans, these events forced a long overdue reckoning: heated in-person debates and citywide marches, urgent newspaper editorials and…

SER Online, March 2013

This photograph shows a family of Gypsies in the “ghost city” of Metaxourgeion, an area very near to Athens center that through the years has become a place for immigrants, prostitutes, and drug addicts. People struggle everyday to live with the difficulties that such an area presents. This piece was part of a simultaneous, collaborative production of an interactive documentary…

SEROnline, Fall 2012

A.V. Phibes is a mostly self-taught illustrator/cartoonist based in Brooklyn, who has been working professionally for the past 12 years. Phibes has illustrated for books, plays, events, catalogs, websites, party clowns, and fire-eaters. Phibes’ artwork has been shown at Trinity Gallery in Philadelphia, Blue Ruin Gallery in Pittsburgh, and Seattle Erotic Art Festival, among others. Our 2013 Contest deadlines have…

SEROnline, Summer 2012

The Struggles are the remains of a stuffed animal after being infused with porcelain slip, formed and fired. They signify the acts of cremation and preservation, and transformation; in subject, concept and material. Each Struggle recalls the emotional past of a toy while suggesting a new potential for narrative or play.