Who Dat?

The Bushwick Review is a literary and art magazine that features over 20 contributors each issue. Over the years, we've featured short stories, essays, poetry, photography, paintings, drawings, architecture, plays, comics (basically anything that can be printed on a black and white page). The current issue is always only available in print.

Our home base is Brooklyn, but our contributors live all over the world. We've been around for a few years and multiple issues, but we are interested in making art and writing that speaks to being alive in 2017.

The Bushwick Review is edited by Kristen Felicetti and designed by Tim Vienckowski.

Contact Say hi! We're nice. bushwickreview@gmail.com

Stockists

artbook @ MoMA PS1 22-25 Jackson Ave
Long Island City, NY
Atomic Books 3620 Falls Rd
Baltimore, MD
Bluestockings 172 Allen St
New York, NY
The Mall 916 Springdale Road
Austin, TX
McNally Jackson 52 Prince St
New York, NY
Molasses Books 770 Hart St
Brooklyn, NY
Quimby's Chicago 1854 W. North Ave
Chicago, IL
Quimby's NYC 536 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, NY
Skylight Books 1818 N Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA
Tiny Hero at Little Skips 941 Willoughby Ave
Brooklyn, NY

Press

"From prose to photography to sequential art, the publication is united by a dark sense of humor suggesting that people who tell you that you can laugh OR cry at dire situations aren't thinking creatively enough."

artbook
@ MoMA PS1

Dazed Digital
The alt-lit names to look out for in 2016
12 . 28 . 2015
It's Nice That
The Weekender: Clap your hands and spin around it’s the weekly nonsense update!
08 . 16 . 2013
Bushwick Daily
Let The Bushwick Review Make Your Life Relevant Again
07 . 25 . 2015
The Independent
Zines: How the Internet Helped a Printed Outlet for Outsiders and Nerds Thrive
05 . 31 . 2016
Bedford + Bowery
These Brooklyn Literary Zine Publishers Take a Page From the Net
06 . 04 . 2014
The L Magazine
Introducing: The Bushwick Review
08 . 19 . 2010
The New York Times
Raised on the Web, but Liking a Little Ink
10 . 22 . 2011