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Artist Spotlight: Tiny Teri

Artist Tiny Teri shares with us her crisp, modern, geometric work, which will also be featured in the seventh issue of The Burgundy Zine

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A Million More Did Start by David Moore

Today, we’re sharing a touching poem about war by David Moore of “Wolfgar Words.”

This will also be featured in the seventh issue of The Burgundy Zine along with another poem by Moore, “The Unfound Generation.”

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Haikus by Patrick Gillespie

We’ve highlighted a few of our favorite, recent haikus from carpenter and poet, Patrick Gillespie, and his “A Haiku Year” series.

These poems will also be featured in the seventh issue of The Burgundy Zine.

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Artist Spotlight: GMonkeez on Instagram

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GMonkeez is an artist who bounces seamlessly between photorealistic figure sketches and playful doodles.

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Favorite Memory by Marshall James Kavanaugh

“Favorite Memory” is a poem written on the spot by the ‘dream poet for hire,’ Marshall James Kavanaugh, in Rittenhouse Square, Philadelpha, Pa.

This poem will also be featured in the seventh issue of The Burgundy Zine on July 28th.

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Summer Makeup Guide by Ela Kaimo

Ela Kaimo of Lipstick and Knives helps us get ready for summer with a sweet, fresh makeup routine.

This article will also be featured in the sixth issue of The Burgundy Zine.

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The B Word and Its Influence by Rebecca Gibson

Rebecca Gibson shares her personal experience as a bisexual member of the LGBTQ community as well as what she’s learned while studying for her master’s degree.

This article will also be featured in the sixth issue of The Burgundy Zine

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Calling All Contributors – June 2019

Calling all contributors! If you are a writer, artist, photographer, or musician interested in having your work featured in the June 2019 issue of The Burgundy Zine, you’ve come to the right place.

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