SPOOK Magazine celebrates its second issue with contributions from Peter James Hudson, Rembert Browne, Michael A. Gonzales, Lenore Bell, and Robert Bland, fiction by Aaron Michael Morales and Geoff Mak, poetry from Sidony O'Neal, as well as art by Kajahl Benes, Zayna Daze and Kameelah Janan Rasheed, among others. A self-described "The Paris Review meets Wax Poetics" or "a Lucille Clifton verse set to a Madlib beat," SPOOK examines culture from an alternative perspective, using traditional formats to make refreshing, new commentary.

Buy the new issue on Magcloud and watch the preview video below. You can also RSVP to attend the launch event on March 7 in Brooklyn.