Photography: The Quarterback by Ted Herzberg

Ted Herzberg is the photographer of The Quarterback and St. Slim. He has had a long history with City College. In the late ’70’s Ted took life drawing classes at Fort Mason and in the mid-90’s an acrylic painting class there. He has taken ti chi classes at the main college and on 18th St. at various times. …

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Photography: St Slim by Ted Herzberg

Ted Herzberg is the photographer of The Quarterback and St. Slim. He has had a long history with City College. In the late ’70’s Ted took life drawing classes at Fort Mason and in the mid-90’s an acrylic painting class there. He has taken ti chi classes at the main college and on 18th St. at various times. …

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Textile Art: Comet by Trudi Hauptman

Trudi Hauptman is anchored in modern feminist Jewish sensibilities of spirituality and a commitment to social justice with an understanding that one’s life is Hanging By A Thread, this work comes from the soul. As an artist, she is involved with fiber crafts and is a member of NOCA Women’s Caucus for The Arts; Surface Design Association;  and …

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Meet the Editors 2017 [Part Two]

Today we're meeting the head genre editors! These talented folx are in charge of maintaining the submission logs of their specialty, organizing the submissions, and leading reader discussions. They're also responsible for editing, author revisions, proofreading, and work in conjunction with the Managing Editor to communicate with authors and artists. Bryce Riegel is our Fiction Editor …

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Editors Write: Craving IV

Forum Magazine is proud to present to you our fourth installment of "Editors Write," this time Forum's Non-Fiction Editor and Visual Arts Co-Editor, the wonderful Elise Stewart. This piece was inspired by the prompt "craving."  Please take a look, and always feel free to post your own work in the comments section below, or send …

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Rejection Letters Sent to Famous People

It's not easy receiving that cursed rejection letter in the mail, and often times it's no easier for a publication to decide not to publish your piece.  No matter if you ever receive a rejection letter from us or any other publication.  It certainly doesn't mean you lack talent, drive or a great career in …

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