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Talking Paper Interview Series: Chris Campanioni

Talking Paper Interview Series: Chris Campanioni

Chris Campanioni is a Brooklyn-based writer, teacher, and model who edits PANK magazine and other publications. Raised in Bergen County, New Jersey, Campanioni worked as a reporter for the Bergen Record newspaper, as well as The Star-Ledger and San Francisco Chronicle. He later moved into fashion modeling and screen acting, with parts on daytime soap operas One Life To Live and All My Children. He then began teaching literature and creative writing at Baruch College and Pace University, and Interdisciplinary Studies at John Jay. 

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Talking Paper Interview Series: Brian Sheffield & Craig Kite

Talking Paper Interview Series: Brian Sheffield & Craig Kite

Craig Kite and Brian Sheffield are two of the four members (along with Clairette Durand-Gasselin and Margaux Taleux) of the French-American editorial team for POST(blank), a handmade bilingual word-art publication from MadGleamPress. The magazine's first issue is set for release in September 2016 with a theme of "POST-Paper," and its website describes the content as highlighting "the conjoined strengths of text and image by publishing visual poetic pieces, visual poems, dialogues between artists of the two media, and excerpts of artist books. Besides that, we want to explore in each issue a problem, a term, a fact, a thing or an idea that influences our creativeness through articles, interviews, and/or fiction."

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