Synchronized Chaos August 2013 – Artistic Renderings

  This month, August 2013, brings us to the fifth anniversary of Synchronized Chaos International Magazine. We celebrate with all of you, and thank those who have worked hard to keep this publication alive. This month, the works submitted suggest a collection of artistic renderings, either literally or by applying the concept to other areas […]

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Whose Brain Is It?

      Presented within the flow of the lives of real people and fictional characters, this is a monthly exploration of how parts of the brain work. Unpredictable by Leena Prasad Clyde is sitting in front of a large white canvas. He starts to throw random colors onto the canvas and within a few […]

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Sarah Melton on PB Gookenschleim’s Beanum Infinitum

BOOK REVIEW:  “Beanum Infinitum – Book 1” by PB Gookenschleim –        Reviewed by S. Melton The premise of “Beanum Infinitum” is a unique and fascinating idea – to explain the basic concepts of existentialism, with references to advanced physics and astronomy and a sprinkling of absurdist humor throughout – and all in the format of a […]

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Lukas Clark-Memler: Borneo Part IV

Borneo: A Travelogue in Four Parts   Lukas Clark-Memler I spent the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013 in Borneo. These are the notes I took while on the island. A warning: the following account is personal, biased, unedited, and in some places, the truth has been stretched to make for a more […]

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Poetry from Evelyn Posamienter

  SLOW MOVING CONTINENTS   turtle dreams stir the shifting moods of clouds & sea.  was it you or was it me? deluged by god thoughts a city collapses beneath confetti. turtle dreams shift like you or me. come back to kite hill where childhoods & strange architudes emerge.  call god into question. the landscape […]

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Rui Carvalho’s Photo Tour of Lisbon

  Dear Friends, The city of Lisbon makes me have so much to say that I really had a very hard time to decide what I should talk about. I thought about the places and the history, the river and the hills and finally decided to talk to you about the colors of my city, […]

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Paintings from Courtney Thiesen

Courtney Thiesen Paintings begin as grains of sand—questions or images stay with me, ideas and feelings accumulate in my subconsciousness, shifting in around in my mind. While asleep or awake, thoughts and images start repeating. Questions form from pictures seen in a magazine, a strange experience or memory, often icons seem to present themselves from […]

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