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Kimi Eisele

Kimi Eisele is a writer, multidisciplinary artist, and author of The Lightest Object In The Universe, a novel. Her writing has also appeared in GuernicaLongreadsOrion MagazineHigh Country News, and elsewhere. She lives in Tucson and works for the Southwest Folklife Alliance, editing BorderLore, an online journal of culture and heritage in the US-Mexico borderlands.

Yallzee’s body features pieces by more than 150 artists. “I love all my tattoo work, from the biggest ones to the smallest,” he says. “It’s my journey.” He appears in All of Me Is Illustrated.

The Illustrated Illustrated Man

Like science fiction, tattoos can be a redefinition; a way to step into the future a little differently. All of Me Is Illustrated is an homage to the (sometimes literally) colorful characters in Ray Bradbury’s short fiction and to tattoo aficionados who’ve turned their bodies into visual stories.

Jul 1, 2020

The Lightest Object in the Universe

Kimi Eisele's new novel, The Lightest Object in the Universe, finds connection amid an apocalypse. Here's an excerpt.

Sep 30, 2019
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