Azure: A Journal of Literary Thought (Vol. 4)

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$20.00  $18.40
Publisher
Lazuli Literary Group
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Pages
128
Dimensions
8.0 X 10.0 X 0.27 inches | 0.59 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780999424346
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About the Author

Co-founder/co-editor: Diana McClure is a writer and photographer. Based in Brooklyn, Diana's art writing and photographs are meditations on joy, spatial design, objects and social inquiry. Her work aims to bring people and their environments into positive relationships.
Lazuli Literary Group is a platform dedicated to fostering the delight of the literary imagination through a small publishing press, writing contests, and an online/print literary journal, AZURE: A Journal of Literary Thought. We are a two-person editing team with diverging tastes (one classic and one contemporary) that harmonize in a third, uncharted space. We are particularly drawn to writing that broadens the concept of literary to one that pulls from a global pedigree of storytelling technique. We seek authors who revel in the rhythmic possibilities of the poetic line, who contemplate the flavor, the shape, and the history of every word they use; who are so committed to the pyrotechnics of the written word that they comprehend the beauty of classical forms and yet feel compelled to constantly re-invent their craft. Our goal is to support underrepresented styles of writing, specifically within a genre that we have imagined, which we call otherworld realism. We like work that generates an eclectic mix of literary, lyrical, experimental and witty reading experiences; as such, we publish works that may not be suited for mass consumption due to their raw yet polished innovations in content and form.
Evgenia Barsheva is a New York-based illustrator, musician and florist. Originally from Moscow, her artistic work across genres speaks to nuanced poetic tendencies laced with emotional expressiveness.