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The Coastal Swap: Issue 25 Action Shots

Posted in Action Photos!, Issue Twenty-Five with tags , , , , on April 25, 2012 by mohawko

Greetings homies! We’re thrilled to present this grouping of Action Shots from A.K. Mayhew’s brilliant twenty-fifth issue, as worn about the Boston area by Sonja Vitow. We’ll get right down to it:

"Graduating Students Can Get Cash!"

In scenic Watertown, MA.

"Jaywalking on Comm Ave (Not for the Faint of Heart"

Sonja Vitow breaks the law (and don’t get caught.)

"Legalized Walking in Downtown Boston"

Excellent has already happened.

"Rooting Through Used Records (The Death of Rawk)"

Sonja scored some sweet albums that day.

"Enjoying Spring in Boston on the Charles River"

Sonja says: “The murky life-source of our fair city.”

"A Flyers Fan in Bruins Country"

Nothing more badass.

"ON THIS HOCKIEST OF DAYS, RAIN DOES NOT KEEP US FROM TAKING THE STREETS"

Sonja says: “The juxtaposition between Ann’s story-wearing and mine is even more layered when you factor in the weather discrepancy…this is not a city for people who enjoy ‘clear skies’ or whatever.”

"CITGTFO"

Citgo – known headquarters of the Illuminati.

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Issue Twenty-Five!!

Posted in Issue Twenty-Five with tags , , , on April 18, 2012 by mohawko

And here we are, with the Safety Pin Review’s twenty-fifth issue. This story is being worn this week by Operative Sonja Vitow (Boston, MA), author of our much-lauded twenty-fourth issue– and is the second piece of our coastal swap. California and Boston. Let’s do it up. Dig it:

ISSUE TWENTY-FIVE (4/16/12):

featuring

“Missing Childhood”

by A.K. Mayhew

Operative: Sonja Vitow (Boston, MA)

About the author: A.K. Mayhew is working on her undergraduate degree in the suburbs of Los Angeles. She writes about literature at readingthroughcollege.com and for The Specter Collective.

About the operative: Sonja Vitow (Boston, MA) calls herself a writer when she’s drunk. She is the central focus for Stephen King’s highly anticipated coming-of-age novel, “Little House on the Landfill.”