SynchChaos September: Fragments of Reality

Welcome to the September issue of Synchronized Chaos, ‘The Temple of Reality’. Why ‘Temple of Reality’? Well, many of the works submitted this month represent facets of real-world existence through art, poetry and prose, through a creative and innovative lens. They are each slices of life, drawn from individual experience and insight. There is also […]

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The Art of Lilian Cooper

Click here to see SynchChaos’ gallery of Lilian Cooper artwork, chosen for this issue. Lilian Cooper is a British/Dutch mixed-media artist currently working from Amsterdam. She is an environmental artist, drawing inspiration from nature to create her beautiful, subtle pieces. Her work includes collages, paintings and drawings. If you’d like to see more of her […]

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The Art of SN Jacobson

click here to see the SynchChaos gallery of SN Jacobson’s artwork SN Jacobson is a photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area, although he originally hails from Manhattan. His artwork is imbued with a combination of fantastical beauty and raw eroticism. Some of his work incorporates religious themes, as well. For this issue, I […]

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The Edible Ensemble: An Olfactory Orchestra, by Hobie Owen

It’s Wednesday night, and my stomach is once again vocalizing its need to be utilized as an important member in bodily functions. Like a D.C. lobbyist its carefully nuanced ministrations subtly influence my consciousness in the most subliminal fashion.  I am hungry. This cleverly constructed injection of motivational stimuli instills in my mind an impetus […]

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Dichotomy, by Stephanie Thiebold

You can feel last night’s fuzz on your teeth, the grease of it in your hair, you haven’t showered in two days and spots of Wednesday’s makeup are still lingering on oily skin. Why why why. You bruise your shin on the coffee table and shake your fist at the ceiling fan, Roman gods and […]

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Poetry by Rebecca Scharlach

And here… And here’s to the ones who never give up and Here’s to the hearts that never have enough of drinking in whatever of life they can Manage to gulp in between violations, here’s to those of us who survive it Wasn’t easy but then there’s no such thing as an easy death, And […]

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Three sketches by Lyndsey Ellis

Kym She dreams awake, a brick Wall with marshmallows oozing Through the cracks, she has elephant Memory, holds in her sneezes, Turns down the radio to parallel park She doesn’t trust people who smile A lot, pays her car notes two at a time, Can’t cook worth a damn, cuts her peas In half to […]

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