Category Archives: Multimedia

“Parade in a Texas Town” (Photo Essay) by Christopher Woods

“Parade in a Texan Town” focuses on racial and political realities in small Texas towns. Some are participants in a parade on Juneteenth, the day that commemorates the emancipation of slaves in Texas. Yet, even today, there are those who … Continue reading

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Photography by David J. Thompson

David J. Thompson’s photos have appeared in Slipstream, Staplegun, Children, Churches & Daddies, and on the cover of Midwestern Gothic. He lives in metro Detroit. His poetry/photo chapbook And Thou Upon Earth is coming out from Nerve Cowboy (Austin, TX) this … Continue reading

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Photography by Tym Cornell

Tym Cornell is a musician, sound engineer, videographer, and multimedia artist from Birmingham, Alabama. These are analog photos developed and scanned at home. Learn more here, here, here, and here.

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“Eyeball from Space” by George Mostoller

George Mostoller is an illustrator, poet, and songwriter (under the name Hawk Tubley). His illustrations and poems have appeared in previous issues of Steel Toe Review.

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Woodcuts by Loren Kantor

Loren Kantor is a Los Angeles-based Woodcut Artist and writer.  He worked in the film industry for 20 years as a screenwriter and assistant director.  He is a huge fan of Classic Cinema and iconoclastic American Writers. He’s been carving woodcut … Continue reading

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“Alachua County Fair” by Frog

Frog is a filmmaker, musician, and performance artist who lives in Gainesville, FL.

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Lights, Camera, Alabama

These are a sampling of short documentary films about Alabama history created by students at the University of Alabama under the guidance of Billy Field. For more go to lightscameraalabama.com.

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