Analog Sea Review is a small (18cm x 11.5cm) literary journal published between offices in Texas in the US and Freiburg, Germany.
Around these poles this award-winning and universally praised journal aims to represent a community of writers and artists 'wishing to maintain contemplative life in the digital age.' Yes, this is a true print enterprise located firmly in offline culture we had to write a letter to the publisher to secure our own copies. And we're glad we did, because this pocket collection of poetry, essays, stories, illustration and photography is indeed a tonic for anyone seeking shelter from the daily media battering that is institutional to 21st century life.
The third volume of Analog Sea dives into depth psychology, solitude, creative community, filmmaking, Glenn Gould, and the idea of North. It includes writing by May Sarton, Robert Macfarlane, Sophy Roberts, Barry Lopez, P.K. Page, Rainer Maria Rilke, Stefan Zweig, Virginia Woolf, and C.G. Jung, among many others, as well as exclusive interviews with German filmmaker Wim Wenders and depth psychologist Wolfgang Giegerich.
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