Forthcoming Fall 2018, this collection was born from Et Alia’s 2018 Neglected Histories of Arkansas Contest. Art winner was Brandon Markin (for his photography collection, “Helena Boxing Club”) and manuscript winner was Megan Blankenship (for her poetry collection, “Mount Olive”).
The collection also features work by Chelsey Becker, Saira Khan, Maxine Payne, Ed Madden, Meikel Church, Justin Booth, Laura Raborn, Wendy Carlisle, Matt White, Joanne Meeks, Bethany May, and Jeannie Fowler Rodriguez Stone.
Scars: An Anthology
Scars: An Anthology examines the range and nuance of experience related to scars of the body. Through various genres and mediums, forty contributors address self-mutilation, creating art, gender confirmation surgery, cancer, birth, brain injury, war, coming of age, pain, and love, all focusing on the central question of what it means to live with physical scars.
Work by Jill Christman, Annie Tucker, Marcus Cafagña, Erin Wood, Shireen Campbell, Gretchen Case, Natalie Karneef, Lea Clyburn, Jennifer Stager, Colette Palazzolo, Chelsey Clammer, Kelli Dunham, Michelle Jarvis, Samantha Plakun, Aimee Ross, Douglas Kidd, Lorrie Fredette, Heidi Andrea Restrepo Rhodes,Sayantani DasGupta, Lanita Rippere, David Jay, Jeffrey Paolano, Bennett Battle, Brian Burton, Andrea Razer, Clairese Webb, Jackie Conger, Andrea Zekis, Melissa Nicolas, Emilie Staat, Heidi Kim, Jason Weist, Maurice Carlos Ruffin, Philip Martin, James Baumlin, Chris Osmond, Scott Huler, Stephen McNamee, and Jim Ferris.