E. Y. Smith’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Thoughtful Dog, The East Bay Review, and The Brooklyn Review.
There’s a lot of pressure to be perfect, but E. Y. Smith shows us that sometimes it’s okay to make a mistake…or two.
We never stop feeling the effects of the past in new art from E. Y. Smith, the first piece in a series of four we are excited to share.
Claire Menegatti lives and works from her home studio in Los Angeles, CA. She graduated in 2010 from California State University Long Beach with her BFA in Illustration. In 2008, she received the John Lincoln Figure Drawing Award from CSULB. Claire has been exhibiting her work in Southern California since 2006. She has been freelancing as a graphic designer and… Read more →
Ranbir Singh Sidhu is the author of Good Indian Girls and a winner of the Pushcart Prize in fiction. His stories and essays appear in Conjunctions, Salon, The Georgia Review, The Literary Review, and other journals. These are his first published photographs.