Infinity’s Kitchen is a graphic literary journal of experimental and conceptual writing. We seek to publish work online and in print that is experimental or conceptual by nature, work that invents a new recipe for how it is made or work that reinvents an existing recipe in a compelling way.
Infinity’s Kitchen no. 4
The written word and the spoken word are two different things. What is the difference between writing read aloud and thoughts spoken in conversation? Is writing silent? Is there anything that can only be expressed by writing it down, by making it visible?
Infinity’s Kitchen no. 3
This issue is about objects, physical ones, like boats, remote controls and prefabricated furniture. You are invited to encounter these objects in any order you like and to make of them what you will. The printed edition of this issue included instructions for folding one of its short stories into a paper boat.
Infinity’s Kitchen no. 2
With the second issue of Infinity’s Kitchen, we’re experimenting (carefully) with some ideas that we borrowed from concrete poetry. Concrete poetry, or visual poetry, is written so that the arrangement of the words on the page is important. It’s a great way to add some flavor to the language.
Infinity’s Kitchen no. 1
Check out Infinity’s Kitchen! Our inaugural issue features a comic strip, an essay, poetry, artwork, short stories and all of it is cleverly laid out on the page by Matthew Yake. The first issue was celebrated with a release party, hosted by Metro Gallery, Baltimore.