Volume One

Four issues, October 2014 – June 2015
One | Two | Three | Four

  Cover photo:  Jon Hess

Cover photo: Jon Hess

Issue Four

Issue Four was published on June 8, 2015.

It was compiled and edited by Adam Cecil, Natalia Lehaf, Chloe Isacke, and Thomas Baldwin.

Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor, Issue Four
from Managing Editor Adam Cecil

Table of Contents

A Farewell to the Queen of Conway
a virtual play by Michael Doshier

What Koreans, Afghans, and Greeks Can Teach us About Homophobia
by Jonathan Friedel

Home
by Natalia Lehaf

Selected Tweets (Book Review)
by Brittani Hilles

Spacebook, Episode 11 – "Infurna"
words and video by Adam Cecil

On Hiatus
letter from Roving Brooklyn co-founder and editor Thomas Baldwin

sexxxy art project
by Kathryn Leslie
originally posted to Roving Brooklyn in April 2014

The August Corpse Project 2014
by The Undeadly Theater Company
originally posted to Roving Brooklyn in September 2014

  Cover photo:  Elena Mudd

Cover photo: Elena Mudd

Issue Three

Issue Three was released on April 20, 2015.

It was compiled and edited by Adam Cecil, Natalia Lehaf, and Thomas Baldwin.

Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor, Issue Three
from Editor Natalia Lehaf

Table of Contents

Dolly Parton is the South's Queer Matriarch (And We Need Her)
by Michael Doshier

Warped Tour Taught Me How To Love
by Nick Boyd

Laughing Out Loud
by Sara Miller

Depictions of and Challenges to the New Woman in Hannah Höch’s Photomontage
by Thomas Baldwin

Photography
by Tennessee Nunez

The Stomach Bump
by Rachel Petzinger

Drift
by Ben Miller

Home Video: Road Trip
video and words by Adam Cecil

Photography
by Elena Mudd

  Cover photo: Thomas Baldwin

Cover photo: Thomas Baldwin

Issue Two

Issue Two was released on February 22, 2015.

The theme was Death. Destruction. Despair. Family dinners.

It was compiled and edited by Adam Cecil, Natalia Lehaf, and Thomas Baldwin.

Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor, Issue Two
from Editor Thomas Baldwin

Table of Contents

"I'm a person, not a robot."
an interview with Erika Boudreau-Barbee

Sundays Since I Have Graduated
essay by Saleem Gondal

For Fear of Being More Afraid
poetry by Joseph Anderson

48 hours
photos and poetry by Sophie Nau

Poke
essay by Adam Cecil

What Technology Does for Us
photography by Natalia Lehaf

  Cover photo: Thomas Baldwin

Cover photo: Thomas Baldwin

Issue One

Issue One was released on October 26, 2014.

The theme was Peril. Risk. Fear. Family Road Trips.

It was compiled and edited by Adam Cecil, Natalia Lehaf, and Thomas Baldwin.

Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor, Issue One
from Managing Editor Adam Cecil

Table of Contents

Where to?
song by Rob Interface

Young and in Love
essay by Rachel Petzinger

Taco and the Tramp
essay by Kathryn Leslie

Spacebook, Episode 10 - "The Mess"
video by Adam Cecil

Emar
song by The Boston Bullies

Storytelling with Natalia
audio project by Natalia Lehaf

A Nietzchean Reevaluation of Necromancy
article by James Kopf

Photos of People
by Rachel Hawatmeh