Just a bunch of frogs reminding everyone to download and read every poem, fiction, non-fiction, and featured article inside 'Hiding in Plain Sight'.
No pressure. Link in bio. 😉
Art: "Garden Devil" by @jodieferrer #AdoptmyArtwork
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The other day, I met—well, not really, I just saw one of his videos—Johann Hari. He wrote a book called Lost Connections, where he uncovers causes of depression and anxiety. He points out that in the early stages of mankind, humans were able to survive and thrive in the wilderness, not because they were any bigger or any smarter than all the other animals, but because humans were good at working together and communicating with one another as a tribe.
Now I won’t say that this generation isn’t constantly communicating with one another—I mean, we can even be obsessed with it! I just think that it’s easy to miss out on opportunities or decline human connection because of so many distractions from streaming sites, social media, video games, etc. I’m not saying they’re bad because I’m always grateful for it. Without these inventions I wouldn’t be able to reach the artists I’ve talked to or the talented contributors, and well—you! This online publication brings us closer, and makes us grow familiar with each other even without meeting in person.
I think that’s what this quarter is all about—the things we miss out on all the time, but always had right in front of us. I must say that this quarter was fun to make. It was a bit longer, and the process was more patient compared to the others we’ve had. It took its time, and took a lot of effort in listening and observing, carefully trying its best to get a message across.
And alas, the message is here, so thank you for being our dear reader.
Karen Anderson-Singer, the artist behind Tiny Doors ATL is with us this quarter, and I’m excited for you guys to read and get to know her! And just like last year, we have new music for you. Two bands—The Metro Fantastic and Intertwined—join us this issue, and share songs that will undoubtedly be part of New Reader Mixtape 2020—The Pandemic Playlist? Ha-ha!
We’ll think of a better name.
In the meantime, here’s Hiding in Plain Sight. I hope you enjoy the stories, the poetry (there’s a lot), the people, and of course, the adopted artworks!
On behalf of the team and the contributors, thank you for being part of another quarter. Despite the challenges, it’s nice to know you’re there and supporting the world of arts and literature. Stay safe, dear readers!
We have a new layout artist. Welcome to the team, Nel!
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