Art

Tucker Lieberman’s photographs are on the covers of Crack the Spine, Ponder, and Nightingale & Sparrow as well as in the pages of Barren, Blue Pages, Crêpe & Penn, Déraciné, Dodging the Rain, L’Éphémère, Feral, Impossible Task, International Zine, Marias at Sampaguitas, Nothing Is Interesting and Everything Is Normal, Paper Trains, Re-Side, Royal Rose, Tealight Press, Thereafter, TunaFish, and The Winnow.

His art is in Burning House, Chronotope, Odd, and Sage Cigarettes.

His poetry comic is in Vaughan Street Doubles.

If you’re looking for images you can use online, see what he’s posted to Pixabay.

Feral
* “Snow on House” and “Frost on Window,” Issue 7, April 2021

Thereafter
* “Held” (raindrop in plant) and “Lift” (Siberian gull), Issue 1, March 7, 2021.

International Zine
* “Reflective roof,” Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, February 14, 2021.

TunaFish Journal
* “Sunrise, Sunset,” two blended images (sidewalk in Bogotá, Colombia; highway in Burleson, Texas), Issue 2, January 2021

Tealight Press
* Rainbow leaf, La Vega, Colombia. December 2020.

The Winnow
* “Decomposing to White,” (moss and fungus on tree), November 2020, page 12

Dust Poetry
* Chair photo within “A Gallery of Empty Chairs,” October 2020

Ponder
* “Caterpillar,” Volume 4, Issue 1, Summer 2020. This is the issue’s cover photo.

Déraciné
* “Dome,” Volume VI, Summer 2020

Re-Side
* “Push,” “Future,” “Onward,” Hope issue, April 2020

Odd
* “19 Corvids,” Quarantine issue, April 2020

Chronotope
* “Butcher’s Chart” and “Ouija Board” (Issue 3, March 2020, pp. 8-9)

Vaughan Street Doubles
* “Dear Sherwood Anderson” Issue 2, January 2020.

Nothing Is Interesting and Everything Is Normal (print magazine, Nov. 11, 2019)
* “Blue Stripe”

Sage Cigarettes
* “Chaos Owl” (Issue 2, Oct. 31, 2019)

Crêpe & Penn
* “Seed pods on a tree in Boston,” Issue 3, August 2019.

Impossible Task (from Another New Calligraphy)
* “Two photographs,” Issue 1, August 2019. Iron gate (Boston, Mass.) and broken glass.

L’Éphémère Review
* “Dragonfly,” Issue 13: Dulcet, Summer 2019. These photos were taken in Bogotá, Colombia.

Paper Trains
* Three photos, Issue 2, Spring 2019. The glass building is in Bogotá, Colombia; the urban plaza is in Manizales, Colombia; the suburban development is in Superior, Colorado.

Crack the Spine
* “Leaf,” Issue 250, April 2, 2019. This is the issue’s cover photo.

Blue Pages
* “Eight Deer,” March 2019. The photograph, taken in Greenwich, New York, is digitally altered.

Marias at Sampaguitas
* Four photos, July 2019. The photos are of a yellow flowering bush in Colorado; a butterfly on Cape Cod; a milkweed pod in the Boston area of Massachusetts; and a pink flowering bush on Cape Cod.
* Five photos, February 2019. The photos are of a thistle in July in Stowe, Vermont; a candle on a dining table; a cactus in April in Teotihuacán, Mexico; silver decorations hanging from the ceiling; and a koi pond in October in Vancouver, British Columbia. (Also available as PDF, Issue #1, December 2019, pages 21-23)

Nightingale and Sparrow
* “door with knocker” (view online), on the cover of Issue #7, August 2020. The photo is of a door adjacent to a church on a mountain in Bogotá, Colombia. (buy print issue)
* “Guadalupe” (view online), a photo in Issue #1, February 2019. The photo is of a decorative angel on a mountain in Bogotá, Colombia. (buy print issue)

Royal Rose
* Two photos, “Skyscraper” and “Pray,” published in The Castle, April 21, 2020. The photos are of the 50-story Colpatria tower in Bogotá, Colombia and a Catholic statue in a cemetery in West Roxbury, Massachusetts.
* Two photos, published in Issue #1, February 2019. The photos are of a pyramid at Teotihuacán, Mexico, and a white turret on a small building in Bogotá, Colombia.

Burning House
* Digitally enhanced drawing: “It Does Not Matter Who Put You In the Cocoon,” Dec. 29, 2018.

Dodging the Rain
* Two photos, published in “Dodging the Snow: A Christmas Gallery,” Dec. 24, 2018. The photos are of Christmas displays in the Gran Estación shopping center in Bogotá, Colombia.

Barren Magazine
* Four photos, Issue 2, Sept. 20, 2018
Brooklyn BridgeBroken WindowConimicut Point, Rhode Island (accompanying Marisa Silva-Dunbar’s poem “Heat”) – Plant in Mexico