John Capouya’s new book, Florida Soul, is now out from University Press of Florida to rave reviews in Publisher’s Weekly and Library Journal. Two selections from the book (here and
Adee Roberson was born in West Palm Beach, Florida in 1981, with strong familial ties to Jamaica. Her work weaves rich celestial landscapes with drum patterns, found photos, synthesizers and various
Published in October 2016, Knives, Forks, Scissors, Flames by Stefan Kiesbye is the second book published by Panhandler Books. During the book launch and author reading at University of West Florida, Stefan sat down
Caleb Michael Sarvis is a writer from Jacksonville, Florida. He is the fiction editor for Bridge Eight Literary Magazine and received his MFA from the University of Tampa. His work
Cybele Lyle is an Oakland-based artist whose installation, video and 2D work reconstructs the architecture and natural environment around her into an alternate vision of interior and exterior space. Cybele graduated
Andrew Furman is a professor at Florida Atlantic University and teaches in its MFA program in Creative Writing. He writes fiction and creative nonfiction on a variety of topics, which typically
Cosmonauts Avenue has an interview in their current issue with Stefan Kiesbye about his new novel, Knives, Forks, Scissors, Flames, which is forthcoming from Panhandler Books this October. Read the interview here.
The editors of Panhandler Magazine and Panhandler Books are thrilled to announce that Stefan Kiesbye’s Knives, Forks, Scissors, Flames, which will be published by Panhandler Books in October, 2016, is now available for pre-order!
Matthew Olzmann’s first book of poems, Mezzanines, was selected for the Kundiman Prize. His second book, Contradictions in the Design, is forthcoming from Alice James Books in November, 2016. His poems, stories and essays have
Juliana Paciulli was born in Manassas, Virginia and lives and works in Los Angeles. Solo exhibitions include Uh-huh (2016) and Are You Talking to Me? (2013) at Greene Exhibitions, Los Angeles, Sensors at Las Cienegas Projects, Los Angeles (2009) and The
Maureen Seaton is the author of seventeen poetry collections, both solo and collaborative—most recently, Fibonacci Batman: New and Selected Poems (Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2013) and Caprice: Collected, Uncollected, and New Collaborations, with Denise
Meredith Kooi is a visual and performance artist, curator, and art critic based in Atlanta, working at the intersection of philosophy, feminist science and technology studies, and embodiment using performance, radio,
Marcia Vaitsman has a degree in media studies with specialization in radio and TV broadcast from the Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil. She was a student at the University of Vienna, Austria,
John Capouya teaches journalism and writing at University of Tampa, and is a nonfiction mentor in UT’s Creative Writing MFA program. This story, along with his profile of James Purify which previously appeared in Panhandler
Anya Roberts-Toney makes paintings and drawings that combine references to pop and digital culture with formal disruptive strategies in order to address themes of femininity, beauty, and visual breakdown. Her work has been