Erin Sheehy

Erin Sheehy is a Brooklyn based writer and artist. 

Fiction / 9 December 2013

Down South

by Erin Sheehy

photography Erin Sheehy

Up ahead I could see a concrete fortress illuminated with a large neon sign that looked like a rising sun or a fan of cards. Read more...

Abstracts / 11 November 2013

Grey Dreams: "Beauty School Freakout"

by Erin Sheehy

photography Erin Sheehy

I remembered then the only perm I’d ever gotten: the stylist had threaded little stir straws through my curlers to hold them together, and I realized, in that moment, that all the factories in the world were colluding with each other. Read more...

Abstracts / Issue VIII

Grey Conspiracy: Qr Code Hypnosis

by Erin Sheehy

illustrator Rosie Roberts

You are getting very sleepy. Your eyelids are getting heavy. You are going down, down, down. When you close your eyes, do you notice the fireworks behind your eyelids... Read more...

Abstracts / Issue VII

Grey Music: The Changing Tide

by Erin Sheehy

illustrator Rosie Roberts

There has been an unprecedented spate of country reissues this year, and while many of these contain familiar names, some small record labels have rekindled interest in country music’s true misfits, the people too bizarre to ever make it big themselves. Read more...

Abstracts / Issue VI

Lost And Found

by Erin Sheehy

illustrator Rosie Roberts

The dead speak to me nearly every day. Sometimes one comes to me alone, other times a piercing chorus of female phantasms trails him, keening, and I am gutted, moved to the point of tears. Read more...

Fiction / 9 December 2013

Down South

by Erin Sheehy

photography Erin Sheehy

Up ahead I could see a concrete fortress illuminated with a large neon sign that looked like a rising sun or a fan of cards. Read more...

Abstracts / 11 November 2013

Grey Dreams: "Beauty School Freakout"

by Erin Sheehy

photography Erin Sheehy

I remembered then the only perm I’d ever gotten: the stylist had threaded little stir straws through my curlers to hold them together, and I realized, in that moment, that all the factories in the world were colluding with each other. Read more...