S. Preston Duncan

S. Preston Duncan is a poet, death doula, BBQist, and leatherworker in Richmond's East End. He is the sole proprietor of Dreamwell Studio, a small leathercraft business specializing in hand-carved and pyrographed journals and grow journals. Author of the short poetry collection, The Sound in This Time of Being (BIG WRK, 2020), his writing has appeared in [PANK], Wrongdoing, Witches Magazine, and other fine publications. He has been contributing to RVA Magazine with remarkable inconsistency since 2009.

stories by S. Preston Duncan

A Balanced Solution

A Balanced Solution

Richmond Hydroponics brings Virginia's first commercially available cannabis fertilizer to market. S. Preston Duncan takes a trip behind the scenes.  In a small airplane hangar of a greenhouse on a wide plot of farmland just upriver from the city, Josh Fitzhugh is...

A Scanner Brightly

A Scanner Brightly

With 21st century digital tools including NFTs, Richmond-based gallery Eden Airlines is giving artists unprecedented opportunity to receive compensation from their artwork and make the creative life more sustainable. When the NFT (Non-Fungible Token) craze burst forth...

Humble, A Street Artist

Humble, A Street Artist

RVA Magazine #39 is on the streets now! In this article from its pages, Humble, Richmond’s longtime muralist, clothing designer, and model, reflects on his journey from starving artist to modeling for professional shoots in the desert. Listen to the Radio RVA Podcast...




Pin It on Pinterest