The Analog Sea Review
Analog Sea is an offline publisher of hardbound printed books and a bi-annual literary journal, The Analog Sea Review.
Comprised of a small community of writers and artists, the mission of Analog Sea is to support what they call ‘offline culture’. An abundant interest in what poets, novelists, essayists, and visual artists create in solitude, that vital stretch of time when distraction fades and deep wells of thinking and feeling emerge.
The Analog Sea Review, the publisher's offline journal, is a pocket-sized melting pot of poetry, essays, fiction, illustration, and fine art aimed at those 'wishing to maintain contemplative life in the digital age'. Beautifully crafted and exclusively available in store only, this fabulously aesthetic journal is a tonic for anyone seeking to delve deeper into 'offline culture'. We’re thrilled to stock the first three issues; the most current of which dives into topics of depth psychology, solitude, creative community, filmmaking, Glenn Gould, and the idea of North.
You can also pick up a copy of their poetry book – Songs of Waking, as well as their Blank Journal.
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