Guglielmo Castelli

Guglielmo Castelli is an illustrator based in Turin.

Fiction / Issue X

1776

by Rowan Ricardo Phillips

illustrator Guglielmo Castelli

The top of the new tower’s just gone up and I have to try it out, so I descend down slowly onto the tip of its spire. Read more...

Abstracts / Issue IX

Snakes Bite

by Nnadubem G. Muoneke

illustrator Guglielmo Castelli

While keeping tabs on the Trayvon Martin trial, I couldn’t help but notice a rather disturbing fact: I never believed Mr. Zimmerman would be found guilty... Read more...

Abstracts / 7 October 2013

Grey Music: Fashion "Flow Pas"

by Iz Inferno

illustrator Guglielmo Castelli

"Fashion Thuggin" is a term I feel must be coined when I observe the ridiculousness of the modern emcee. Read more...

Abstracts / Issue IX

Don't Be A Follower

by Iz Inferno

illustrator Guglielmo Castelli

There is no “dislike” button to compromise the illusion of cyber superiority and to deflect attention from the ignorance being promoted. Read more...

Poetry / Issue VIII

Ausiàs March’s Poema LXXXI

by Rowan Ricardo Phillips

illustrator Guglielmo Castelli

Like someone who sees himself close to death,
Stuck midst quizzed weathers and perilous seas,
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Poetry / Issue VIII

December 6, 2012

by Ariana Reines

illustrator Guglielmo Castelli

Vagina mouths and sphincter hearts of the cruel or the self-denying Read more...

Poetry / Issue VIII

Model Train

by Frederick Seidel

illustrator Guglielmo Castelli

One sticks it in the other.
One is probably a mother.
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Poetry / Issue VIII

As Two On A Battlefield

by Desiree Mitton

illustrator Guglielmo Castelli

do you know what shape this
I want to say appears?
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Poetry / Issue VIII

The Menace

by Rowan Ricardo Phillips

illustrator Guglielmo Castelli

See the world as a problem to be solved.
See the world as a problem to be loved.
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Poetry / Issue VIII

Make Yourself Happy

by Eleni Sikelianos

illustrator Guglielmo Castelli

Tomorrow we’ll learn all the things to undo in the Making Ourselves
Happy school. First, the hero never moves towards death.
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Poetry / Issue VIII

Four Poems by Rae Armantrout

by Rae Armantrout

illustrator Guglielmo Castelli

She ripped a feather
from her tail
and placed it in the nest. Read more...

Fiction / Issue VII

As The Woman Who Raised

by Brantly Martin

illustrator Guglielmo Castelli

La Signorina Sash withdraws for sixteen years and hones Darignan witchcraft. Read more...

Fiction / Issue VI

Grey Film: 4 Mice

by Brantly Martin

illustrator Guglielmo Castelli

Mom and Dad, passed out drunk and oblivious, find their youngest daughter bloodied and bald in the morning. She’s cut, then shaved, her hair. Her fear of mice never goes away, even with the counseling. Read more...