Abandonment Issues is a collection of prose and photography about life in New Jersey. It’s a space narrative where the state is its own character. The pieces look at empty buildings, changes in the landscape, and garbage on the street to understand one’s state of existing somewhere between entrapment and admiration.
Prose by Rachel Wagner
Rachel is a writer from New Jersey. She wrote Back Like I Never Left, a collection of stories about dating as a single mother and teaches at Seton Hall University. She lives in Newark with her son.
Photography by Rokarazzi
Rokarazzi is a photographer from Irvington, New Jersey and lives there with his daughter. He’s on IG @Rokarazzi