Jun 06

Editor’s Note, Issue 10

Summer is almost here, and at least on the east coast it felt like winter wouldn’t ever let go. For most of us, books and tea (and maybe whiskey, too) helped see us through the worst of the snow and cold. But with the coming of green and heat, we shed off the resistance we gained and become something fragile and open again.

Issue 10 is something like that. Something that is fragile and open, but comes from a place of resistance and struggle. The pieces have notable bite, when it comes down to it. The art is fantastical but centered on the real. It’s something of a new season itself, I think.

Read, enjoy and share. This is issue 10 of Third Point Press.

-Matthew Kabik
editor in chief
Third Point Press