The Pulchritudinous Review is an arts magazine with an emphasis on avant garde poetry and graphic art. Renee Zepeda edited and compiled it using a rare & highly desirable scarlet letterpress cover printed with sea-blue ink by Ken Mikolowski in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The cover paper is handmade from Nepal; the red thread is archival. This issue is handbound with a Japanese binding and is approximately 75 pages. Poetry comprises the majority of the content, but there are also short stories, photography, and colorful paintings.
Featured writers and artists include: Anne Waldman, Alice Notley, Ann Mikolowski, Elizabeth Robinson, Roberto Tejada, Christine Hume, Matthew Rohrer, Timothy Callaghan, Nicola Pinder, and Chris Weige, among others.
As a bonus one original handmade postcard from a collection of only 500 will accompany the magazine.