Current Issue

This year’s print issue of Tab Journal was created during a time of quarantine as the world underwent the isolation and anxieties of the Covid-19 pandemic. During this time, we reflected on concepts of time—as a sense of place, as space, as structure, as the visual experience of light and dark. This year’s print issue explores visual expressions of time warping, time-traveling, and the chronology and the kaleidoscope of time-keeping.

The online issues in the 2021 volume pick up elements of the print issue’s design, and the website is updated to reflect Volume 9.

Vol. 9 (2021)
Issue 6

HALO and CONVERSION DISORDER, RECURRENT EPISODE, SEVERE
Adrian Odessa Federspiel
GUARDING THRESHOLDS
Pratibha Kelapure
THE FAMILIAR
Shosh Lovett-Graff
HER GAZE
Monica Ong
BECAUSE IT’S SUMMER
Jessie Raymundo
THE GRAVITY OF BELOW
Sarah Snyder
BOOK REVIEW: A Net to Catch my Body in its Weaving by
Katie Farris
Tryphena Yeboah
BOOK REVIEW: Focal Point by Jenny Qi
Ian Koh

CONVERSION DISORDER, RECURRENT EPISODE, SEVERE by Adrian Odessa Federspiel
HALO by Adrian Odessa Federspiel
GUARDING THRESHOLDS by Pratibha Kelapure
THE FAMILIAR by Shosh Lovett-Graff
HER GAZE by Monica Ong
BECAUSE IT’S SUMMER by Jessie Raymundo
THE GRAVITY OF BELOW by Sarah Snyder