Welcome to Tether, an annual arts journal edited by Trevor Winkfield and Brice Brown. Each issue of brings together an unexpected selection of art, literature, and culture.

Tether 4 contains

  • Salomo Friedlaender’s musings on the work of George Grosz

  • Poems by noted German poet Durs Grünbein

  • A poem by English Modernist Joseph Gordon Macleod

  • Erik LaPrade’s look at the peculiar papier-mâché works of Otis Burger

  • Mark Ford’s translations of two episodes from the draft of Raymond Roussel’s Locus Solus

  • An interview between painters Elliott Green and Catherine Murphy

  • John Reid Currie’s melancholic poetry

  • Paul Grimstad exploring the number 42

  • Early photographs by Diana MacKown

  • Kreg Hasegawa’s curious short story

  • Paul Maziar’s look at pastry chef portraits by Chaim Soutine and August Sander

  • Barry Schwabsky’s recounting of an experience with the Farnese Sarcophagus

  • A portfolio of Paula Wilson’s vibrant paintings

  • Erica Van Horne’s prose poems

  • John Yau, Carol Szymanski, and Siv Støldal's playful bee keeper costume collaboration

  • Francis M. Naumann’s unraveling of the fantastically cryptic Dada poems by Walter Arensberg