Letter on Idolatry

cover art by Andrew Schoultz

At around 2500 BC, a minimum of 20,000 workers broke ground on an unprecedented feat of labor and engineering. Construction lasted for some four generations, and in the end the pyramids at Giza would serve as tombs to the Pharaohs, Egypt’s appointed idols, believed to be direct descendants of the sun god Re. The pyramid of Khufu is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world, and the only one to have remained intact.

Whithersoever

sculpture

by Lauren Grossman

Karma

a short story

by Karen Alea

Unrest

the prolific conscience of

Andrew Schoultz

Bodies on the Line

photo collages

by R. Douglas Rice

Just Between Us

paintings

by Alejandro Diaz Ayala

Sacred Lamb

by Sanjiban Sellew

The Dead

See Clearly

a short story

by SA SABO

77

bedroom installation

by Kenan Juska

Ethical Archetypes

sculptures

by Laura Keeble

Interview with Jessica Voorsanger

by Alana McVerry

One Day on Earth

a short video

by Eric Maltz and Dan DeGloria

John the Baptist and Other Transitional Figures

drawings

by Peter M. Gray

Gem

a short video

by Lindsey Graham

Idol

photography

by Jim Clarke

An Ode to Calypso

a short story

by Matthew Dexter

Let Go

poetry

by Robert Calero

The Mirror Man

a short story

by Rebecca Burns

A Saint Joseph Story

a short story

by Greg Drozdek

Mythic Link

paintings

by Aurora Diaz

Bonehawk Vol. 7

When Small Things Loom

short fiction

by Bruce Bromley

Story of a Sister

a short story

by Sarah Annesley

Ascension

a short story

by Allegra Hyde

Relative Idols Mix

by the legend Cru Jonez