Issue 17

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SAND 17

A vegetarian eats the first steak of the rest of their life due to medical issues. A poet fattens their feet and prays for meat. A gaggle of bulky birds seems to wander through the issue’s pieces – swans, geese, spoonbills, hornbills, flamingos, rotisserie chickens – in no meaningful formation. Different versions of apocalypse alienate one woman in a cabin and bring another community together through tin-can telephones. And on the cover, “Pool Day” is from featured artist Melissa Spitz’s series You Have Nothing to Worry About, which chronicles the ups and downs of her mother’s mental health.

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FEATURED ARTIST INCLUDING COVER
Melissa Spitz, with her documentary photography series You Have Nothing to Worry About (the cover is the photograph Pool Day, 2015)

DESIGN
Bárbara Fonseca

Published Winter 2016

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Print, Digital