OJAL Art Journal

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About OJAL Art Journal

We have two guiding principles. 1) To promote and publicize our artists and writers aggressively through social media to an appreciative audience of devoted, generous patrons, and 2) To create an atmosphere without hostility wherein important conversations concerning the arts and the human condition may be carried on rationally and civilly, away from the ideological echo chambers of contemporary world politics. We want to showcase the best visual and literary art out there. Period.

September 2018

Ekphrastic Flash Fiction: Margo Williams’s “Falling in Love Like Little Girls Fall in Love”

By | 2018-09-04T13:27:32+00:00 September 4th, 2018|Fiction, Flash Fiction, LITERARY ARTS|

Margo Williams   “Falling In Love Like Little Girls Fall In Love” After a photograph by Carolyn DeMeritt entitled Tish and Caitlin (1986) "Tish and Caitlin, 1986" by Carolyn DeMeritt Before some old [...]

Flash Fiction: Mark Budman’s “The Greatest Tale of Woe on the Western Side of the Atlantic”

By | 2018-09-02T13:34:00+00:00 September 2nd, 2018|Fiction, Flash Fiction, LITERARY ARTS|

Mark Budman   The Greatest Tale of Woe on the Western Side of the Atlantic "Binary" by Rachel Renaudin Ronnie, the only son of his House’s Prince, once was googling porn, but instead [...]

August 2018

CNF: CE Toti O’Brien’s “In And Out Of The Labyrinth: A Conversation With Artist Regine Verougstraete”

By | 2018-08-24T13:02:38+00:00 August 24th, 2018|Artists, CNF, INTERVIEWS, LITERARY ARTS, Nonfiction, Personal Essay|

  Toti O’Brien   In And Out Of The Labyrinth: A Conversation With Artist Regine Verougstraete I have admired Regine Verougstraete’s art1 for a couple of decades, both in exhibits and through occasional studio visits. [...]

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