FORTH Magazine

FORTH was created to explore, examine, and expose the work of both established and up-and-coming artists and writers. Through these digital pages, we take readers into the world of the author, the mind of the poet, the vision of the artist, to gain a unique perspective of the often intriguing, sometimes haunting, always strange, little worlds of our most innovative creators. Our mission is to support writers and artists by exposing their work and exploring their lives, and to maintain a recurring set of innovative writers and journalists that you'll only see in our pages. Our content isn't classical or traditional. We publish short format writing for the modern reader and contemporary art that challenges the modern onlooker. Founded in Los Angeles, CA in 2009, FORTH represents art and literature in a way that resonates with an evolving need for interactive media. The West Coast is on the scene. Welcome and enjoy!
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Too Much to Lose: Poetry by Aaron White

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I didn’t choose to be a dad   I plead to those snared by the rain when the sky’s foaming at its mouth, remember a woman from Monee, twenty-something, a student who smothered her baby and stuck him in a backpack instead of her books.     Myopic   Cramped couch. I count the minutes…

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To Eat One’s Fill Of Love: Poetry by John Grey

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ROOT CELLAR, NEW ENGLAND, 1832   Short, fat, purple gray beets, cabbage hanging from the ceiling, potatoes spotted brown like an old man’s head, round onions, their sting packed hard. pale-skinned squash, some jolly parsnips like Christmas bells, and carrots buried in a crate of sand to thwart the claws of rats.   She sits…

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Light from Within: An Interview with Christophe Piallat

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Los Angeles-based artist, Christophe Piallat, transcends the space inside Canterbury Records with his geologically inspired installations. By blending together photography and sculpting—two very different mediums—Piallat achieves what he calls, “Living Photography.”   What drew me in most wasn’t only the size of his sculptures, but the light that they released, from within. In the evening,…

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