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Posted February 21, 2011 in Photos
SLUG Magazine | Salt Lake UnderGround Magazine
Issue 360 – December 2018 cover art

december Issue

ABOUT THE COVER: Intangibles and the impossible become veritably real through literature, reading and writing. For our second Local Literary Issue, David Habben (Habbenink) captures the physical, gestural and conceptual in-betweens of this figure’s act of reading—an imprint of how we assemble words in our psyches. Find more of Habben’s work at

(L–R) Milo Carrier and Elaine Sayer nestled into one of The Dayroom's well-lit nooks. Photo: Malissa Mabey @lissmabey
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The added java may not affect the color, but it is a stronghold on the aroma. Photo: Chris Hollands
Joel Long is one of a handful of volunteers who help to evoke literary magic at the free CITYART reading series at the Downtown Salt Lake City Public Library. Photo: Scott Frederick
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(L–R) Alec Stanczyk, Matt Baird, Riachle Child and Jaxon Harrop push boundaries by providing as one of the only heavy-music instrumental bands in Utah. Photo:
Stephanie Leaks intertwines their sensory sensitivity with their writing skills to provide a unique reading experience. Photo: Colton Marsala
Mike Brown finds the Christmas spirit in the fact that kids still love to get and play video games for Christmas. Illustration:
In her essay Desert Cabal, Amy Irvine takes on Utah’s beloved Edward Abbey and Desert Solitaire with an intersectional-feminist response about wildness and environmental issues. Photo: Christy Calvin
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Sage Kotsenburg – Mid-Frontside 7 – Brighton Resort Backcountry, Utah. Photo: Jack Dawe
Giuliana Serena curates The Bee to bring people together through participants telling and hearing true, personal stories. Photo: Trevor Christensen
Kendall Woodhouse – Nose Slide – SLC, Utah. Photo: CJ Anderson
Jack Garcia is the Editor and co-creator of Utah Valley’s peculiar literary journal and hopes to create a platform for fellow LGBTQ+ creatives. Photo Courtesy of Jack Garcia
Tucker White likes to think of writing as sharing his journals with the public through a lens of a different character. Photo:
Associate Director Kati Lewis helps the SLCC Community Writing Center offer writing assistance to the public. Photo: Ceza Dzwala