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Dedicated to publishing works from new, emerging, or established writers and artists that force the reader or observer to reevaluate the world around them.
Dedicated to publishing works from new, emerging, or established writers and artists that force the reader or observer to reevaluate the world around them.

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Welcome to the final issue of Empty Sink Publishing. Adam, Suanne and I are proud of everything we’ve done here at Empty Sink. We’ve published scores of excellent work from poets, authors, and artists from around the world. Putting out this magazine has…

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It is with mixed emotions that I welcome you to Issue 17, the penultimate issue of Empty Sink Publishing. After nearly three years of publishing some of the web’s finest prose, poetry, and visual art, Adam and I have decided to stop publishing Empty Sink…

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Welcome to the 16th issue of Empty Sink Publishing! First, we’re very pleased to introduce poet and writer Kurt Newton as the guest poetry editor for the next two issues. Kurt chose four of the poets featured in this issue, and all of the poetry that will…

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Executive Editor E. Branden Hart's review of the hilarious collection of short stories by James Hanna, "Call Me Pomeroy." Ol' Pomeroy thanks ya' for readin'!

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Empty Sink Executive Editor E. Branden Hart runs down the best of what's out there now in the world of comic books.

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Fiction Editor Suanne Schafer reviews and compares three dystopian novels: A Canticle for Leibowitz, Haw, and Dustlands.

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Jeff Musillo's paintings are visual eye candy--it's so easy to get lost in the different colors and textures.

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Keith Landrum's seemingly simple style belies the poignant social commentary of his work.

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Adam Kluger's images mix dream with reality in a way that leaves the subjects just beyond your reach.

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Sarah Katharina Kayß's photography brings out the uniqueness of seemingly mundane moments in the city.
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