Boulder

By Brice Maiurro   Boulder’s not racist. Boulder has a black friend. Boulder has skyscrapers, you just can’t see them. They’re well-hidden, the fifty story high rises that people put …

City Witches

By Sofie Birkin   Sofie Birkin is a British digital illustrator living in Denver with her wife and tragic labrador. By day she’s an in-house doodler and designer for a …

Trump Country

By Christie Buchele After the bar owner paid me less than he promised for doing 45 minutes of jokes, I tipped my head back and spilled my last shot of …

The Grand Bargain

By Lonnie MF Allen   Lonnie MF Allen has long been a stalwart of Denver’s comix scene. He’s an illustrator, writer, and designer. Lonnie is also the cat-wrangler of Denver …

Solo Salon

By Kevin Mohatt   Kevin Mohatt is an international award-winning photographer based in Denver, Colorado specializing in editorial photography. He loves photographing people in real situations, with an emphasis on …

Our Lady of the Sciences

By Ancient.Future // Jacqueline Sophia Cordova         Ancient Future’s creative work is, ultimately, channeled work. She expresses through many mediums including visual art, costume and fashion, poetry, …

Empath

By Sarah Gilstrap         Sarah Gilstrap has been an artist for as long as she can remember. Enamored by the otherworldly & the mystical, her works depict …

A Memorial to Colin Ward, From a Fan

A Memorial to Colin Ward, From a Fan by Josiah Hesse for Suspect Press Spring Issue 18: We all work so hard to create transcendent art, while you were a walking sculpture, oozing beauty and obnoxious charm, a priceless gallery piece in the medium of human biology.

Teenage Letters to My Future Husband

Teenage Letters to My Future Husband by Amanda E.K. for Suspect Press Spring Issue 18: In Christian college, I founded a monthly event called Single Girls Sleepovers. We’d dress up in old prom dresses and plastic costume jewelry, listen to Disney tunes, and color in coloring books while watching a romantic comedy.