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Pictures of Ruin: Issue 26 Action Shots

Posted in Action Photos!, Issue Twenty-Six with tags , , , on June 2, 2012 by mohawko

Here we are, with an exceptionally epic set of Action Shots from our first operative abroad, Jeremy Reed exploring the ruins of Miletus in Turkey with David Tomaloff’s little piece of theatre.

Imagine all the dead watching.

Look At This Ruined Place

The coliseum feels like appropriate context.

The Bones of Bones We Cannot Leave Behind

Bleached

Quiet With Terminal Sickness

ASCEND

I Am Not Alone in This Land of Ghosts

Minotaur #2

Don’t go.

Smite the Fuck Outta this Photo

Broken columns like teeth.

We Walk These Plains With Our Peers and Face the Emptiness Like Full-Grown Adults

Mega-thanks to Operative Jeremy Reed for taking the SPR to such exciting and far-flung places. YAA’s forever.

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P.S. Did you know that we now have a listing at Poets & Writers? We feel so very established.

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Issue Twenty-Six!!

Posted in Issue Twenty-Six with tags , , , , , , on May 21, 2012 by mohawko

At last, we’ve come upon our glorious twenty-sixth issue, and what an issue it is. This one’s being worn by Operative Jeremy, a native of North Carolina, but who’s wearing the story this week around Turkey (yes! Turkey!) during a month-long stay. So stay tuned for killer photos. We’ve got ruins for ya. The SPR proudly presents:

ISSUE TWENTY-SIX (5/21/12):

featuring

“The Kitchen Sink Compares Itself to You”

by David Tomaloff

Operative: Jeremy Reed (various places around Turkey, the World)

About the author: David Tomaloff is a writer, photographer, musician, and all-around bad influence. His work has appeared in chapbooks, anthologies, and fine publications such as Mud Luscious, >kill author, & PANK. davidtomaloff.com.

About the operative: Jeremy Reed is a wandering drummer constantly questing for the pathway into the 4th Dimension of the Timewave.

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Also! We were recently written up in the Dayton Daily News, our editor’s hometown paper. Read all about us. Superspecial thanks to the stellar Sharon Short for putting that all together. (And you can see xTx’s story again; weird in the physical edition of the newspaper because it’s like seeing hand-print in photo in print. Or something.)