The Bushwick Review is #3 is the third issue. It features comics about robots, bleak short stories, essays, funny haikus, a one-act play, drawings, poems, photography, and a tribute to Bill Murray. It is $5 plus shipping.



 

 

 

THE BUSHWICK REVIEW #3 is also available to read ONLINE as a scanned pdf (65.6 MB)

 


THIS ISSUE FEATURES WORK BY:
Alexander Beninato
Mikel Bisbee-Durlam
Kenton deAngeli
Clayton Eddy
Zachary Feldman
Kristen Felicetti
Mack Gelber
Alla Ilyasova
Taleen Kalenderian
Jonathan Paul
Lauren Piper
Kerry Roan
Shannon Rodriguez
Michele Rosenthal
Mike Rosenthal
Tim Vienckowski

 

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The Bushwick Review #2 is the second issue. It features short stories, poems, comics, humorous restaurant reviews, a guide to micronations, drawings, watercolors, photographs of people sitting on porches, a weaving draft sketch, a radio play script, an illustrated diagram about the cycle of pigeons, an illustrated tale about a turkey, and more. It is $5 plus shipping.

 

 

 

 

THE BUSHWICK REVIEW #2 is also available to read ONLINE as a scanned pdf (86.8 MB)

 

 

THIS ISSUE FEATURES WORK BY:
R Daurio
Kenton deAngeli
Zachary Feldman
Kristen Felicetti
Aileen Kwun
Dale Lunan
Lydia Nichols
Lisa Noble
Desira Pesta
Paul Rome
Michele Rosenthal
Alison Shanik
Thom Smith
Vaughn Trudeau
Tim Vienckowski
Julia Wilson
Dave Yang
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The Bushwick Review #1 is the first issue. It is still available for purchase online, but no longer available in stores. It includes short stories, poetry, graphic novels, drawings, architecture, fashion, essays, exhibit design, recipes, and more. It is $5.

 

 

 

 

 

THE BUSHWICK REVIEW #1 is also available to read ONLINE as a scanned pdf (78.6 MB)

 

 

THIS ISSUE FEATURES WORK BY:
Leigh Alexander
Mary Anne Broccolo
Kenton deAngeli
Bill Dvorak
Clayton M. Eddy
Zachary Feldman
Kristen Felicetti
Laura Turner Garrison
Dave Hannon
Crystal Heller
Shawn Patrick Higgins
Lydia Nichols
Megan Robb
Michele Rosenthal
Nick Smarcz
Thom Smith
Tim Vienckowski
Julia Wilson
Clara Yoo