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issue 18 |NOVEMBER|
Melissa Word is a performer, choreographer, and educator in Atlanta. She makes dances as a reason to gather, and to reconsider the ways we share time and space together. She leads movement tours at the High Museum, and sometimes writes things when provoked by a deadline.
Charles Bethea is a staff writer for the New Yorker, where he covers politics, sports, and things that happen in the Southeast. Charles has published on subjects including the creator of email@example.com, a pro canvasser, and a sculptor obsessed with Donald Trump. Previously, he was an editor at Outside magazine and a writer-at-large for Atlanta. His work has also appeared in Grantland, The New Republic, the Wall Street Journal, GQ, Rolling Stone, and Wired. Charles lives in Atlanta.
photo credit: Ryan Heffernan
stephanie is an aquarius/rising pisces with the head of an ox and body of a tiger. she likes instant and film photography. she runs a small nonprofit with her love. and she does a lot of other little things. she'll do something big someday. she's grateful to have been asked to contribute.
Addison Miller is an Atlanta-based videographer, screenwriter, camera op, and editor for motion pictures. His work spans a variety of formats, including reality TV, music videos, fashion, commercial, and independent features and shorts. His passion for photographic and motion picture story telling stems from his youth in which movies were a large part of his every day…. blah blah blah visual metaphor is great and can be severely effective at pulling us out of our routine thought-processes and helping us adapt our perspectives to an ever changing world.