We wanted to give our readers a little preview of THE NEW PROFESSIONAL: ISSUE THREE, so we've posted our article on the amazing L.A./Baltimore-based band Future People, written by Matthew B. Biedlingmaier, and designed by Nancy C. Bell.
If you like what you see, please encourage friends, family, colleagues, lovers, creepy neighbors, etc, to purchase the issue on our homepage:
Tray Chaney and his amazing videographer, Keith Burns, put together two vidoes from our launch party at The Black Cat.
You can check out Tray's performance here:
And a behind-the-scenes video here:
Also, be sure to click the "BUY NOW" link under ISSUE THREE on the homepage of our site and grab a copy of the new issue; it's only $7.00, and it's our best yet.
THE NEW PROFESSIONAL: ISSUE THREE is now available!
Thanks to Nancy C. Bell for the design work, Claire Boustred for the illustrations, and Amy Arbus for the photographs.
Special thanks to Tray Chaney, Future People, John Vanderslice, and A.M. Homes for letting us interview them and write about their work.
You can purchase a copy by clicking on the "BUY NOW" link under ISSUE THREE.
You'll receive an email link to download a full, fully-formatted PDF of the issue.
Thanks for all the support.
Just a quick note to let you know that the LAUNCH PARTY for THE NEW PROFESSIONAL: ISSUE THREE will take place on TUESDAY, MAY 15 at THE BLACK CAT (1811 14th Street, NW).
TRAY CHANEY (aka "POOT" from the HBO series, THE WIRE) will perform live.
DOORS at 8:00, MUSIC at 9:00, $12.00 cover (which includes a FREE digital download of ISSUE THREE).
We recommend you purchase tickets in advance on THE BLACK CAT's website:
In the meantime, here's a copy of the flyer; download it and help spread the word!
Thanks and SEE YOU THERE!
It's been a while, but we're alive, and well, and we're thrilled to report that The New Professional: ISSUE THREE will be released as a digital-only E-Magazine in April/May 2012. We have some amazing features, including interviews with author A.M. Homes (The Safety of Objects, The Mistress's Daughter, and The End of Alice, among others), actor Tray Chaney (from HBO's The Wire), musician John Vanderslice, and the band Future People.
We'll keep you posted with details, etc.
For now, check out the cover, shot by the incomparable Amy Arbus:
It's good to be back.