Featured Penhead Press Image Artists



Aerial Desire by Carrie Albert

Aerial Desire by Carrie Albert

Carrie Albert catches a muse’s seeds from conceptual ideas, observation, memory, and dreams, along with found imagery and found words. Being in kind with surrealism, she observes the magic of inexplicable coincidence. She has poems and visual art works in Issue 1 & 3 of Randomly Accessed Poetics as well as a poem on
Tunnel by Krysten Bean

“Tunnel” by Krysten Bean

Krysten Bean is a an Oakland based singer, musician and writer with a soft-spot for other independent artists, musicians and publications. She has two poems and photographs in Issue 2 of Randomly Accessed Poetics: Paint Darkness Into Day as well as a few photos on
Very Old Car by Eleanor Leonne Bennett

“Very Old Car” by Eleanor L. Bennett

Eleanor Leonne Bennett is a critically acclaimed young artist from the United Kingdom. Her work is beginning to appear all over the place. She got a big start in 2010, when she won a Kids Photography Contest for the UK National Geographic. In an interview with “Ignite Me,” it says that she is self-taught. She has three photos in Issue 1 of Randomly Accessed Poetics: Texture of Words and three on “Damaged Car” or “Very Old Car” is just one of over 60,000 of her photographs she has taken thus far in her young life.
"Urban Refugee Camp" Copyright © 2013 by Matthew Casey

“Urban Refugee Camp” by Matthew Casey

Matthew Casey is the photographer whose work is plastered on the cover of Issue 3 of Randomly Accessed Poetics: Sifting Through Raw Words. He was engaged in the art of snapping of pictures long before he knew it would become his passion, having traveled around the world visually documenting people and places where few outsiders have ventured. If you wish to see more samples of his work or employ his services visit his website: Matthew Casey Photography!
Ghost House Copyright © 2012 by Sarah Edwards | She is also a RAPoetics Issue 2 Contributor

“Ghost House” by Sarah Edwards

Sarah Edwards is a photographer based-in Montreal, Canada. She shoots only on film, mainly 35mm black and white with a Nikon F3T and uses mostly Ilford HP5 Plus film. She plays with infinite shades of illumination to capture the story of mundane objects. By developing the film herself she gives each photo a unique stamp of approval. Sarah has photographs in Issue 2 of Randomly Accessed Poetics: Paint Darkness Into Day as well as a few more on
Summer Landscape Copyright © 1975 by Ira Joel Haber

Summer Landscape Copyright © 1975 by Ira Joel Haber

Ira Joel Haber was born and lives in Brooklyn, New York. He is a sculptor, painter, book dealer and teacher. He has received three National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, two Pollock-Krasner grants, the Adolph Gottlieb Foundation grant and, in 2010, he received a grant from Artists’ Fellowship Inc. He currently teaches art to retired public school teachers at The United Federation of Teachers program in Brooklyn.
Truth About Sunflowers 3 by Duane Kirby Jensen

Truth About Sunflowers 3 by Duane Kirby Jensen

Duane Kirby Jensen is a painter and a poet. His work published in six chapbooks, and a variety of other publications . Since 1990 he has read and continues to read at numerous venues throughout the northwest. During the 1990’s he published Everett’s Independent Voice (an arts and entertainment magazine) and The Drifter: A Poetry Journal. He also coordinated the Mill Town Poets open-mic. Since September 2013, he has been the host of Everett Poetry Nite. He is also a RAPoetics Issue 4 contributor and the individual who directly inspired the createspace print edition of Heart Splatters into Significance.
Desert Dreams by Palash Kapoor

Desert Dreams by Palash Kapoor

Palash Kapoor is an undergraduate student in Information Technology, Animation and Graphics at Chandigarh, India. Palash Kapoor has a deep fascination for graphic art and is keen about experimenting with the nuances of hues and shades of the material world viz-a-viz the inner life of an individual. She is also an Issue 5 contributor.
A Mad Girl At Play by Staci Leigh

A Mad Girl At Play by Staci Leigh

Staci Leigh is a mother of two who indulges in a healthy dose of photography, poetry, and crafting in order to appease her inner artist. She’s been spinning images for many years, and shares it with others when she feels inclined to do so. Staci Leigh is also a Randomly Accessed Poetics Issue 5: Antiphotonic Illumination & Issue 6: Ghost House contributor of poetry and art.
"Dawn's Circles" by William James Lindberg

“Dawn’s Circles” by William James Lindberg

William James Lindberg is an amature photographer. He began exposing film at age 13 in Astronomy Camp. He used a Pentax K 1000 strapped to the backside of a telescope to capture pinholes of light. His favorite past time, other than poetry and publishing, is taking random snapshots with a crappy camera phone. His photos, as of yet, have not been used anyplace else than for penhead press, randomly accessed poetics, and on facebook.
New Tradition by Kim Logue | Also a RAPoetics Issue 2 Contributor

“New Tradition” by Kim Logue

Kim Logue An award winning poet and journalist, turned songwriter. A horse-trainer-trainer, that digs papermaking, collaging, dancing, singing, percussion toys, and The Words… She is an Issue 2 of Randomly Accessed Poetics: Paint Darkness Into Day contributor and has a poem published on
Stranger by Dion Loubser

“Stranger” by Dion Loubser

Dion Loubser is a writer, adventurer and wine lover from Cape Town, South Africa. He is working on a collection of short stories, and his first novel, entitled The Blasted Lands. He has poems in Issue 2 and is an Issue 3 feature of Randomly Accessed Poetics e-zine. He is also the cover artist for Dawnell Harrison’s chapbook, which will be published by Penhead Press in 2014, called “The Color Red Does Not Sleep.”
This was my personal favorite. The color. The meditative downcast eyes. | Photo by Heather Parker.

“Untitled” by Heather Parker

Heather Parker is a mother of two who spends her free time wandering around the rich Georgia landscape capturing intriguing things on (digital) film and writing poetry. He photography is dramatic, stark, and overall pleasing to look at. One of her photos was chosen as cover art for Issue 2 of Randomly Accessed Poetics: Paint Darkness Into Day and there are also a few pictures on
"Off Key" Copyright © 2012 by Fabio Sassi

“Off Key” by Fabio Sassi

Fabio Sassi is a visual artist from Bologna, Italy. He has been a visual artist since 1990 making acrylics using the stenciling technique on canvas, board, old vinyl records and other media. He was a featured artist in Issue 2 of Randomly Accessed Poetics: Paint Darkness Into Day as well as on