Tucker Lieberman’s photographs are on the covers of Crack the Spine, Ponder, and Nightingale & Sparrow as well as in the pages of Barren, Blue Pages, Crêpe & Penn, Déraciné, Dodging the Rain, L’Éphémère, Impossible Task, Marias at Sampaguitas, Nothing Is Interesting and Everything Is Normal, Paper Trains, Re-Side, and Royal Rose.

His art is in Burning House, Chronotope, Odd, and Sage Cigarettes.

His poetry comic is in Vaughan Street Doubles.

Dust Poetry
* Chair photo within “A Gallery of Empty Chairs,” October 2020

* “Caterpillar,” Volume 4, Issue 1, Summer 2020. This is the issue’s cover photo.

* “Dome,” Volume VI, Summer 2020

* “Push,” “Future,” “Onward,” Hope issue, April 2020

* “19 Corvids,” Quarantine issue, April 2020

* “Butcher’s Chart” and “Ouija Board” (Issue 3, March 2020, pp. 8-9)

Vaughan Street Doubles
* “Dear Sherwood Anderson” Issue 2, January 2020.

Nothing Is Interesting and Everything Is Normal (print magazine, Nov. 11, 2019)
* “Blue Stripe”

Sage Cigarettes
* “Chaos Owl” (Issue 2, Oct. 31, 2019)

Crêpe & Penn
* “Seed pods on a tree in Boston,” Issue 3, August 2019.

Impossible Task (from Another New Calligraphy)
* “Two photographs,” Issue 1, August 2019. Iron gate (Boston, Mass.) and broken glass.

L’Éphémère Review
* “Dragonfly,” Issue 13: Dulcet, Summer 2019. These photos were taken in Bogotá, Colombia.

Paper Trains
* Three photos, Issue 2, Spring 2019. The glass building is in Bogotá, Colombia; the urban plaza is in Manizales, Colombia; the suburban development is in Superior, Colorado.

Crack the Spine
* “Leaf,” Issue 250, April 2, 2019. This is the issue’s cover photo.

Blue Pages
* “Eight Deer,” March 2019. The photograph, taken in Greenwich, New York, is digitally altered.

Marias at Sampaguitas
* Four photos, July 2019. The photos are of a yellow flowering bush in Colorado; a butterfly on Cape Cod; a milkweed pod in the Boston area of Massachusetts; and a pink flowering bush on Cape Cod.
* Five photos, February 2019. The photos are of a thistle in July in Stowe, Vermont; a candle on a dining table; a cactus in April in Teotihuacán, Mexico; silver decorations hanging from the ceiling; and a koi pond in October in Vancouver, British Columbia. (Also available as PDF, Issue #1, December 2019, pages 21-23)

Nightingale and Sparrow
* “door with knocker” (view online), on the cover of Issue #7, August 2020. The photo is of a door adjacent to a church on a mountain in Bogotá, Colombia. (buy print issue)
* “Guadalupe” (view online), a photo in Issue #1, February 2019. The photo is of a decorative angel on a mountain in Bogotá, Colombia. (buy print issue)

Royal Rose
* Two photos, “Skyscraper” and “Pray,” published in The Castle, April 21, 2020. The photos are of the 50-story Colpatria tower in Bogotá, Colombia and a Catholic statue in a cemetery in West Roxbury, Massachusetts.
* Two photos, published in Issue #1, February 2019. The photos are of a pyramid at Teotihuacán, Mexico, and a white turret on a small building in Bogotá, Colombia.

Burning House
* Digitally enhanced drawing: “It Does Not Matter Who Put You In the Cocoon,” Dec. 29, 2018.

Dodging the Rain
* Two photos, published in “Dodging the Snow: A Christmas Gallery,” Dec. 24, 2018. The photos are of Christmas displays in the Gran Estación shopping center in Bogotá, Colombia.

Barren Magazine
* Four photos, Issue 2, Sept. 20, 2018
Brooklyn BridgeBroken WindowConimicut Point, Rhode Island (accompanying Marisa Silva-Dunbar’s poem “Heat”) – Plant in Mexico

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