Synch Chaos Oct/Nov Issue: Better Late than Never

We proudly present the October/November issue of Synchronized Chaos Magazine, which features 6 creative writing submissions, 5 fine art submissions, and 4 critical reviews. Although it would have been ideal to generate separate issues for each month, we are very excited about the diversity and quality of pieces that are included in this mega issue. […]

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Poetry from Farida Samerkhanova

Have You Ever? Imagine thirty creatures Remotely resembling women In a dark filthy kennel of a cell With a toilet bowl and A dirty sink shared by all. Everyone is shivering with cold. No vacant room on the stone bench. Some snore on the concrete floor. Others step on them when Passing by and swear. […]

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Sculpture and Painting by Terence K. Stephens

Terence K. Stephens recently returned to San Francisco after spending some time pursuing artistic endeavors in Salt Lake City and Seattle. From his playful portraits to his vivid landscapes to his wild orchids, Terence’s art inspires the imaginations of people all over the world. His artwork includes figurative painting and sculptures, landscapes, flowers, and portraits, […]

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Photography by Michael Lavin Flower

Michael Lavin Flower, Fine Art and Commercial Photographer, has remained connected to the education of photographic arts for over three decades. Michael Flower does work in a wide variety of subject matter, and you can see more of his work on his website, www.michaellavinflower.com. He can be contacted by email at michaellavinflower@gmail.com Examples of the […]

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It’s a Girl, A Poem by Bruce Roberts

It’s a girl! As I waited on B St., New friends entered my life, Calling me “Buddy,” asking for dimes, Wandering off, aimlessly, but for one– A small lady with staring eyes– Who mumbled, three feet from me, And stared, three feet from me, And mumbled and stared And mumbled and stared, Stared and mumbled […]

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Photography by Jon McNeal

Jon McNeal is a photographer and architect from San Francisco, California. STATEMENT FROM THE ARTIST: “My act of interpretation is in highlighting the unusual, absurd, or sublime in a place or object as found, whether it has formed naturally or been heavily shaped by human activity.  What fascinates me most is that understanding that everything […]

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