Ben Duax is a conceptual painter based out of Glasgow, UK. The central question energizing his work is if physical objects can represent the rapid streams of information that increasingly replace offline social interactions.
The editors of Panhandler Magazine and Panhandler Books are thrilled to announce that Panhandler Books will publish Lauren Slaughter’s poetry collection, Spectacle, in Spring 2022!
David James Poissant teaches at the University of Central Florida and lives in Orlando with his wife and daughters. Lake Life is his first novel.
Charlotte Pence is the director of the Stokes Center for Creative Writing at University of South Alabama. Her new book, Code, is forthcoming in June 2020.
Karen David is a London-based artist, curator and lecturer. In 2018 she was awarded a studentship for a practice-led PhD with a studio focus on mythmaking, fictional narrative, communes and para-anthropology.
Lauren Slaughter is an assistant professor of English at The University of Alabama at Birmingham where she is also Editor-in-Chief of NELLE, a literary journal that publishes writing by women.
Joshua Brinlee is an interdisciplinary visual artist and educator. He is Assistant Professor Foundations Coordinator in the Art and Art History Department at The University of Mississippi.
Born in London and based between Europe and the United States, transdisciplinary artist K. Yoland firmly situates their research in highlighting and challenging inequality and oppression.
Panhandler Books author Allan Peterson recently read to a packed house at the esteemed City Lights Bookstore in San Francisco.
Allan Peterson will be reading from This Luminous at City Lights Booksellers. Definitely come see him in this famous venue if you are in town!
Patryk Stasieczek is an LGBTQ visual artist living between Montréal, Quèbec, and Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada.
Forthcoming in March, 2019, This Luminous: New and Selected Poems by Allan Peterson represents the third title published by Panhandler Books and the UWF Department of English.
Caroline Goodwin is a poet and essayist based in Montara, California. Born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, she holds a BA in biology from The Colorado College and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia.
Sto Len is a printmaker, painter, installation, sound and performance artist with interests in site-specific improvisation and experimentation within a variety of media.
Beginning February 1, 2019, Panhandler Books welcomes submissions (via Submittable) of previously unpublished, book-length collections of poetry, fiction (both short fiction and novels), and nonfiction (all forms). The open submission period will run from February 1 – April 30.