BECAUSE NOTHING GREAT IS ACCOMPLISHED IN ISOLATION,
Kathryn & Diane bring you The Seedpod Literary/Arts Collective.
Sean Rohde snapped his first images with the Polaroid Super Shooter he was given at the age of seven. He purchased his own Kodak Disc camera–with its dime-size negatives–at the age of ten. Today, Rohde’s preferred tool is the Polaroid 190 camera using Polaroid peel-apart ID-UV film. “The Polaroid color and the film’s response to varying light (half intentional, half luck) are more real than what I see with my eyes. It expresses a fluidity in time frozen on film.”
Rohde’s photograph is an integral part of the cover image of Diane J. Wright’s Birthday Girl.
View Sean Rohde’s photography at Moominstuff.
Wollengerg’s photograph is an integral part of the cover of Richard Goodwin’s Scattershot.
Visit Jaci Wollenberg’s Etsy storefront By The Wayside: NonWearable Vintage.
OUR BOARD OF ADVISORS
SUSAN TAYLOR CHEHAK
Susan Taylor Chehak is the author of five novels, including Smithereens, The Story of Annie D., and Harmony. She has taught fiction writing in the MFA program at Antioch University Los Angeles, the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program, the University of Southern California, and the Summer Writing Festival at her alma mater, the University of Iowa. Susan grew up in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, lives occasionally in Toronto, and at present calls Colorado her home.
Susan has been a invaluable resource and inspiration since Seedpod Publishing was a glimmer in its publishers’ eyes. She has also recently contributed to Seedpod Publishing’s first anthology “Sex. Death. Resurrection.”
Erik Loyer uses tactile and performative interfaces to tell stories with interactive media. His work has been exhibited online and internationally at venues including Artport at the Whitney Museum of American Art; the Digital Gallery at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the Prix Ars Electronica; Transmediale; and IndieCade. Loyer’s award-winning website The Lair of the Marrow Monkey was one of the first to be added to the permanent collection of a major art museum, and his serialized web narrative Chroma went on to win the Best Digital Creation award at the Montreal International Festival of New Cinema and New Media.
Erik offered his creative eye and inventive mind to the task of creating the “Sex. Death. Resurrection.” multi-discipline anthology.
Erik’s continually evolving body of work can be enjoyed at Generous Machine.
ELIZABETH BALES FRANK
Elizabeth Frank is a “writer, culture vulture, Bardophile and champion of the chance encounter.” You can meet Elizabeth–and get secret discount codes for our books–at literary events, in bookshops, and on the story-rich streets of New York City.
Read Elizabeth Bales Frank’s work at at her website.