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EAST COAST INK, Issue 001 - NEW AGAIN By East Coast Ink
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EAST COAST INK - Issue 001 - New Again A home for poets, artists, authors, and, of course, readers.
EAST COAST INK, Issue 008 - MEMORY By East Coast Ink
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Thomas Bailey Aldrich begins his poem “Memory” with a simple phrase that resonates deeply in most: “My mind lets go a thousand things.” Memories can be altered, tucked away... More > forever, repressed, and even everpresent; they can be immersive, deceitful, beautiful, or completely fabricated. For this issue of East Coast Ink, we asked our contributors to show or write us what memory recalled for them.< Less
EAST COAST INK, Issue 007 - TOUCH By East Coast Ink
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Touch is a basic biological need. The sun touches your skin and leaves you a toasted memory, your dog’s fur tickles you each time he fidgets in the shared hammock, the lake water jars the... More > summer heat like a tall drink of water. Years down the road what you recall in clearest, overwhelming detail is the car leather against bare legs during that long, night drive. Sometimes, touch isn’t tangible; people and happenings touch us in a myriad of ways and leave their marks on our lives—whether they be scars or love bites. Show or tell us about something or someone that touched you at any time in your life (or maybe someone you want to touch). Embrace that East Coast summer.< Less
EAST COAST INK, Issue 006: ROOTS By East Coast Ink
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As snow continues to fall along much of the East Coast, all the trees and plants lay bare—but beneath our roots are as strong as ever, biding time until the warmth of spring. We are rooted in... More > many things, from our beliefs to our dreams and, hopefully, our goals. What is your past rooted in? Where did you come from, what made you? We’re not strictly talking culture, here—sometimes the root of what we’ve become can be traced back to an event, a person, or a decision. What continues to give you life far beneath the surface?< Less
EAST COAST INK, Issue 011: MELT By East Coast Ink
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We’re craving the sun in our skin: Hot days and warm nights and the connectivity that comes along with the season—the irresistible craving for exposed skin and cool water, for longer... More > hours that go way past dusk. We want summer in all forms, from bonfires with loved ones to lakeside rapture and apartments severely lacking in air conditioning. What about a person, or a place, relieves you from all sense of grounding and stability? To honor this theme, we want to feel pretty thirsty after reading—or seeing—what you contribute. Delve in and show us how visceral it can be to melt, to feel parts of yourself slipping away completely.< Less
EAST COAST INK, Issue 005 - BONES By East Coast Ink
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When we think of bones, we think of structure, first and foremost. We think of the human skeleton, of bare winter branches, iron chassis of buildings as they take shape toward the sky. But everything... More > developed has structure to it—relationships, ideas, even dreams have bones on which they’re built. What’s underneath? What’s being hidden? What parts of your life support you? When it comes down to bare bones, what’s your structure made of?< Less
EAST COAST INK, Issue 009: WARMTH By East Coast Ink
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We’re struggling past the season of wither; the days are already shorter, the cold is already biting. The grips of Seasonal Affective Disorder are sinking teeth into the masses and commercial... More > holiday blues threaten with every day we advance toward the end of the calendar year. Now, perhaps more than ever, we need to seek warmth—wrap ourselves up in it, fall asleep in the cavity of its chest, and, in some cases, hibernate until warmer seasons restore life. Warmth can spread from inside out, however, in any time of our lives, winter or otherwise. When did you feel the warmest? When did seeking warmth mean the difference between survival and succumbing?< Less
EAST COAST INK, Issue 010: FRESH By East Coast Ink
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We recently experienced the damage a relatively small fire can do. It's amazing how you can take the steps to prepare for something and still be in shock when it happens, left to pick up the pieces... More > and start anew. For this issue we're seeking stories and art that are also seeking: Life and love can become mundane when we get too comfortable. A destructive tendency may just live in all people, and in this issue, we take a look at what a fresh perspective, space, sensation can do to someone. Show us something or someone who evokes "FRESH" to you. Something or someone still blooming. Still bleeding.< Less
EAST COAST INK, Issue 004 - BRIDGES By East Coast Ink
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No matter how you come to them, bridges often stand between two very different things. Crossing bridges, burning bridges, even building bridges involves navigating trajectories you may or may not be... More > prepared for. Relationships of all kinds run the gamut of being built, sometimes renovated, and eventually either standing the test of time or burning to the ground. Who assumes the responsibility—the builder or the arsonist? Sometimes they’re one in the same. For worse or for better? With regret or renewed self-worth?< Less
EAST COAST INK, Issue 012: AFRAID By East Coast Ink
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Fear has incredible power; from anxiety that can illogically keeps us paralyzed while trying to do incredibly ordinary life tasks (like travel or talk to people) to The Fear that takes hold when we... More > realize our place in the universe. Hinges in our mental health can keep us awake at night just as easily as supernatural pop culture, and sometimes the “what ifs” of life command us more than we’re equipped to withstand. For the AFRAID issue, we want to know what makes you totally immobile. From relationships and existentialism to ghost stories and paranoid ideations, send us your art, photography, and writing about what threatens to control you. What are you really afraid of?< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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