Inverted Syntax | Volume 2: Issue 1 | Winter 2019
Inverted Syntax is an independent art and literary journal. It is a space of disruption. To let ourselves express means to be vulnerable. It means to invert syntax so as to articulate the visceral. The inaugural print issue features art and literary work by Rae Armantrout, Philip Metres, Eric Baus, George Kalamaras, Kathy Fish, Ben Miller, Eleanor Swanson, Francine Conley, J. E. Crum, Daisy Patton, Jill Khoury, Meg Reynolds, Sam Hayward, Emmy Newman, Jeanine Pfeiffer, Savanna Scott Leslie, Lauren Elle DeGaine, Douglas Macdonald, Arman Kazemi, Martina Reisz Newberry, Gabrielle Lessans, Khadijah Queen, Andrea Rexilius, and Jesica Carson Davis. Inverted Syntax is edited by MFA graduates of the Mile-High MFA at Regis University and published online in October and in print in January.