Visual Arts Editor
ISSUE 3 CONTRIBUTORS
Pedro Ponce is the author of Superstitions of Apartment Life (Burnside Review Press). He is a 2012 NEA fellow in creative writing and an associate professor of English at St. Lawrence University.
Ken DeLaat is a freelance writer whose work is featured primarily in the Times Indicator, a regional publication in West Michigan. For the past 12 years, he has written a weekly column; published entertainment reviews; and conducted interviews with writers and poets, musicians, and performers, public figures and activists, and artists and storytellers from all walks of life. His work has been featured in a variety of venues from e-zines to trade publications.
Mark Osterman is the Process Historian at the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film in Rochester, New York. He teaches the technical evolution of photography from Niepce heliographs to making gelatin emulsions to artists, photographers, scholars, educators, museum curators, and conservators. The current artistic revival of collodion photography is a direct result of his influence. Osterman and his wife, France Scully Osterman are the contemporary leaders in collodion research, the first to share their knowledge through lectures, publications, and classes. His series, Confidence, received high praise in Photo Review, After Image and Zoom magazines.
France Scully Osterman
France Scully Osterman¬†of¬†Scully & Osterman Studio¬†is an artist-educator and lecturer and guest scholar at George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, NY. Represented by Tilt Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ, and Howard Greenberg in NYC, her ‚ÄúSleep‚ÄĚ exhibit received glowing reviews in¬†Art in America,¬†Paris Photo Magazine, and the¬†Village Voice.
David Allan Cates
David Allan Cates is the author of four novels,¬†Hunger In America, a New York Times Notable Book;¬†X Out Of Wonderland¬†and Freeman Walker, both Montana Book Award Honor Books; and¬†Ben Armstrong‚Äôs Strange Trip Home, winner of a Gold Medal for Best Fiction in the 2013 Independent Book Publishers Book Awards. He’s the winner of the 2010 Montana Arts Council‚Äôs Artist Innovation Award in prose. His fifth novel,¬†Eastern Front,¬†is due out in the summer of 2014.
Kevin Draper is an architect, visual artist and Director of the Satellite Collective, an arts incubator with studios in New York and on Lake Michigan. His inspirations are deconstructivism and extreme sports. Draper develops projections and visual works in collaboration with choreographers and composers. He has developed his technique to incorporate intense visual compositions with studied movement, ultimately arriving at large scale projections that create virtual architecture.
Nick Jaina is a musician and writer living in Portland, Oregon. He is intolerant of onions.
Janice Kidd has published fiction, nonfiction, and poetry in Artful Dodge, Alaska Quarterly Review, Blue Mesa Review, and The MacGuffin. She served as fiction editor for Third Coast Magazine.
Nathan Langston is a composer and poet who lives in Brooklyn, New York. He believes in ghosts and is the Editor-in-Chief of Transmission and Satellite Press.
Lora Robertson is a Leica Master Photographer and CEO of Livingston Photography. ¬†She uses her platform as an artist to advocate for human rights issues, specifically gender identity and elevating the human spirit.¬†www.lorarobertson.com
As web manager for Satellite Press, Daniel is in charge of making Transmission real on the web. To contact Daniel regarding a project or to learn more about his past projects, please visit¬†http://danieltalsky.com/