In talking about love it’s hard to keep one’s attention from turning to “Soul Mates”. Everybody wants to know if … Continue Reading Is There “A One”?
Something is very pleased to be releasing its first zine! This months issue is about love. To view the articles … Continue Reading Love Issue I
What does love feel like? You venture and live your life, until you happen upon a strange insect in the … Continue Reading What’s it Feel Like?
I imagine that to others, we appeared like a knot. We were messy and dysfunctional, and constantly tangled up in … Continue Reading Clinging onto a dead love will only bring out a pair of scissors
Q. Could you give us a brief bio about yourself? Like where are you from? What do you study? What … Continue Reading Artist Nikki Ray (Leafsea) on Love in Her Work
Zoe: My question was; how do you know when you’ve found the one. Zoella: I mean . . . is … Continue Reading A Bedroom Conversation Between Two Girls Who Are Not in Love
i. Desire churns in troves, sugars the insides of my thighs with stars, his face in laminated silver. The tiles … Continue Reading The Sonnet of Fallen Saints Or The Nights Capillary
If you could see love one end would be red and the other would be blue. People usually say red … Continue Reading RED PINK PURPLE BLUE
This is a page from Something’s first hardcopy zine found here. For more from this artist, check out their tumblr.
Prayer to the Shoulder Wound of Christ On Sunday I get drunk & buy every book by René Crevel That I can find on Amazon. This act of bourgeois shamanism Is meant to help, even though I know … Continue Reading Prayer to the Shoulder Wound of Christ by Tom Snarsky
Kim Balbuena is an art student at the University of Maryland. Usually she does not share her writing but we managed to get a snippet from her diary to create this piece with her called “Venting Machine.” The piece features her … Continue Reading Kim Balbuena “Venting Machine”
Every now and then you stumble across some real gems on tumblr and not too long ago I happened upon … Continue Reading Hologram Ceiling
This is a girl for whom it is always spring. Optimistic yet sharply critical, she blooms all year round.
In memory of preteen summers and a childhood obsession with taking pictures on an ipod.