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Washington, DC

The Intentional is a print literary and culture magazine that supports emerging writers and prizes approachability.

Issue 4 of The Intentional's print magazine

The Intentional, Issue #4: Gray Area. Featuring fiction, essay, non-fiction, and poetry by Lauren Markham, Larissa Pham, Fawna Xiao, Eileen Tjan, Chris Nickels, Markee Speyer, Herpreet Singh, Julie Odell, Maria Burns, LA Johnson, Kate Jenkins, and Nick Deprey.

intentional issue 4

Gray Area.

Featuring fiction by Larissa Pham, an essay by Lauren Markham on Slovenia's unique memorial to national tragedy, illustration by Chris Nickels, featured art by Fawna Xiao and Eileen Tjan, and sheet music from Nick Deprey.

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Playlist is a collaborative effort among contributors and staff.

 

Contributors

Chris Nickels is a freelance illustrator.

David Benjamin Snyder teaches high school math and writes poems and short stories.

Eileen Tjan is an art director and multi-disciplinary designer. She currently runs OTHER Studio.

Erin Douglas is a freelance photographer and travel blogger.

Fawna Xiao is a fine artist and designer. 

Herpreet Singh writes fiction and essays.

Julie Odell is a writer and writing teacher in Philadelphia.

LA Johnson is the lead designer and art director for The Intentional. She is an artist and designer.

Larissa Pham is an artist and writer.

Lauren Markham is a writer who also works at a high school for immigrant youth in Oakland, CA.

Maria Geneve Burns is a writer, pilot, and college instructor.

Markee Speyer is an art writer, editor, and curator.

Nick Deprey is a musician.

Rich Ives is a teacher, musician, artist, and bird conversationalist.

Sharyl Collin practices poetry, photography, and music.