The Bushwick Review is a literary and art magazine that weaves together the work of more than 20 contributors in each issue. Over the years, we’ve featured short stories, essays, interviews, poetry, photography, paintings, drawings, architecture, embroidery, plays, comics, and more. The current issue is always only available in print.

Our home base is Brooklyn, but our contributors live all over the world. We’ve been around for a few years and multiple issues, but we are interested in making art and writing that speaks to being alive in 2020.

The Bushwick Review is edited by Kristen Felicetti and designed by Tim Vienckowski.

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‘From prose to photography to sequential art, the publication is united by a dark sense of humor suggesting that people who tell you that you can laugh OR cry at dire situations aren’t thinking creatively enough.’
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