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“However haunted their minds and echoed skulls and tremored bone, they dug for respite and rest…” This is the final of three flash fiction pieces by Shome Dasgupta.

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Issue One of Everyone Quarterly

Augury by Dylan Kinnett

Augury by Dylan Kinnett

Augury began as a short story, written during stolen moments while waiting for the commuter light rail underneath Penn Station, Baltimore. I would like to thank Curt Seiss for the sound design. Dylan Kinnett is a writer, spoken word performance artist, and the...

Come to the X by Julia Wendell

Come to the X by Julia Wendell

My memoir, Come to the X, is a book of days at a large horse farm where days don't seem to end. I wrote it not knowing what would happen until it happened, a writing process that freed me of my controlling impulse to always know the plot. What happened to me, my...

Fluke by Jen Michalski

Fluke by Jen Michalski

I was watching a National Geographic episode about people who take pictures of whale flukes (a fancy word for the tail) to help ID the whales for scientists to study migration and breeding patterns. Like a fingerprint, no two flukes are the same, but some...

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Sarah Jean Alexander [poetry], Stephanie Barber [letters to animals], Maguelonne Chassard [photography], Andreea Monica Chitu-Fordyce [pyrography], Florina Falce [essay], Kathy Fish [fiction], Linda Campbell Franklin [writing], Dylan Kinnett [film], Guillaume Mathias [music/video], Jen Michalski [fiction], Gavin Van Horn [essay], Julia Wendell [memoir excerpt]

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m • a

m • a

“However haunted their minds and echoed skulls and tremored bone, they dug for respite and rest…” This is the final of three flash fiction pieces by Shome Dasgupta.

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The things we put on our Walls aren’t only what we want to look at, but what we want others to see after wiping their feet at the door.

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What’s Cooking, Milwaukee Kitchen?

Coming soon, look out for our interview with guests from Milwaukee Kitchen, a different kind of cooking show that artfully showcases food and community in Milwaukee, WI. It’s been called, “The only surrealist cooking program in the world.”

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Our shelves feature all manner of literary writing, including personal essay, poetry, fiction, and combinations of words that are hard to classify.
Future Memories of Love

Future Memories of Love

“Soporific glint—hums of light permeated through their pores, tunneled beams like fresh-born hay and straw…” begins the second, hopeful flash fiction feature by Shome Dasgupta.

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the walls

The things we put on our walls aren’t only what we want to look at, but what we want others to see after wiping their feet at the door.
What’s Cooking, Milwaukee Kitchen?

What’s Cooking, Milwaukee Kitchen?

Coming soon, look out for our interview with guests from Milwaukee Kitchen, a different kind of cooking show that artfully showcases food and community in Milwaukee, WI. It’s been called, “The only surrealist cooking program in the world.”

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the table

What goes on your table? Here it’s dining experiences, sustainable cooking, recipes, cookbook and restaurant reviews, olive oil videos.

End of Summer Recipes

End of Summer Recipes

A Late Summertime MenuSummertime is ending, but the weather still calls for light meals to be enjoyed under a tree or on a terrace. As September enters the scene, we begin to sense autumn feelings in the air calling for healthy yet warm, nourishing food.  ...

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Join Studio Friend + The Art of Everyone in supporting an amazing cause to elevate students’ voices through the writing programs at Desert Island Supply Co.

Afterglow

Afterglow

Every decade or so a ballad falls out my head: this song is exhibit A. "Afterglow" is part of new collection of songs coming out in September, called If I Had A Hammer—look for it at challengecore.bandcamp.com. And if you like it, move to Seattle and start a band with...

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Welcome to The Art of Everyone

In writing my book Everything Else, I realised everybody has their own “everything else”—the thoughts and stories, the experiences, the skills, the imagination, the dreams.

Left unexplored or unshared, they can leave a void, depriving our spirit of something beautiful and nourishing. Having learned that, I created the space here to manifest my own "everything else," and to help others share theirs.

The path here is lined with flowers, the walls are endless, the shelves inviting, the table is set, and there is room for adventure. Bring your own creations or just open your soul for a retreat. This is a space to breathe. Leave the conventional world behind and enjoy.

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