JUXine — a literary publication
from Juxtapositions, written by Cellista
JUXine is a literary publication from Juxtapositions, a for-profit performing arts company owned by artistic director Cellista (Freya Seeburger), a San Jose based cellist, dreamer and arts advocate.
JUXine is a collection of writings, some from Cellista, some from her artistic collaborators and friends. This issue features stories and drawings by including Nathan Zanon, Susannah Greenwood, David Mejia and philosopher Frank Seeburger’s musings on hip hop artist Boots Riley (The Coup). It’s a pastiche of content that parallels the diversity of the Bay Area at large.
JUXine’s intention is to share Cellista’s love of San Jose and to serve as a reminder of a time before the eruption of Silicon Valley. A time when San Jose was orchards.