LOOKING LOW | Susannah Betts

 

looking low

INTERVIEW WITH THE ARTIST

LUCIA PASQUALE: By moonlight, or by sunlight?

SUSANNAH BETTS: by sunlight

LP: What are you currently reading?

SB: black holes & time warps, kip s. thorne

LP: If you could go on the adventure of a lifetime, where would you go?

SB: somewhere emotionally important to someone I was just starting to fall in love with, so we could discover what it would mean to us together. it’d either be lovely or a miserable failure. adventure for sure.

LP: In three to five words, describe what art means to you.

SB: an okay way of being

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Susannah Betts is a 22-year-old writer, artist and graduate student living in Rochester, New York. She is the fiction editor of the online intersectional feminist lit mag The Fem, and her writing has appeared previously in Vagabond City Lit, the Greenblotter, Synaesthesia, Five2One, and Crab Fat Lit. She can be contacted @TheRealSusannah or through susannah-one-summer.tumblr.com.

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Founded in 2013, we are a literary journal dedicated to publishing outsider literature. We publish art, poetry, and creative nonfiction from marginalized creators.

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