Contributing Editors

kim d. hunter, Fiction

kim d. hunter is the author of the fiction collection The Official Report on Human Activity (2018). The book’s manuscript earned him a Kresge Literary Arts Fellowship in 2012. hunter is a lifelong Detroiter employed in media relations for social justice groups. He co-directed the Woodward Line Poetry Series for 13 years and has published two collections of poetry: edge of the time zone (2009) and borne on slow knives (2001).

Oona Mosna, Film

Oona Mosna is an artist, author, and curator who has organized more than one thousand screenings, retrospectives and performances for venues internationally. She has also produced dozens of films, which have screened at Tate Modern, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Musem of Modern Art (MoMA), New York Film Festival, and Berlinale. She is director of Media City Film Festival in Windsor-Detroit.

Jonathan Rajewski, Art

Jonathan Rajewski is an artist and writer who lives and works between Hamtramck, Michigan and New Haven, Connecticut. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from Michigan State University in 2009 and is a 2021 MFA Candidate in Painting at the Yale School of Art. He has exhibited at Nina Johnson Gallery, Miami; Marlborough Gallery, New York; Jack Hanley Gallery, New York; Reyes Finn Gallery, Detroit; and the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. His writing has appeared in Mousse Magazine, The Exhibitionist (MIT Press), and Essay’d (Wayne State Press).

Chris Tysh, Poetry

Chris Tysh, poet and playwright, is the author of 10 books, the latest of which is Derrida’s In/Voice published by BlazeVOX in 2020. She holds fellowships from The National Endowment of the Arts and the Kresge Foundation. She teaches at Wayne State University.

Rebecca Mazzei, Editor & Publisher

Rebecca Mazzei is a curator, writer, and co-owner of Trinosophes, an independent arts space presenting multidisciplinary programming by local, national and international artists. Previously, she served as Deputy Director + Special Projects at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Assistant Dean at College for Creative Studies, and was arts and culture editor at Detroit's alternative newsweekly, Metro Times.


Research & Development
Jonathan Rajewski
George Tysh

Identity & Type

Salt & Cedar | Paris

Collaborating Organization

Media City Film Festival

Three Fold is a non-profit organization awaiting 501(c)3 status. This journal is free and for the community.

About the Editorial Advisory Board 


The masthead for Three Fold was hand-set in Univers using original foundry type from Deberny & Peignot and printed by Salt & Cedar (Paris). Engineered by Adrian Frutiger in the mid-twentieth century, it is a utilitarian—yet highly-versatile—sans serif workhorse.

The display type is ‘Karla,’ a grotesque sans serif family designed in 2012 by Jonny Pinhorn for Tamil and Latin scripts. It was chosen because it bridges the teutonic form of the masthead and the calligraphic inflections of the body type.

‘Sabon,’ designed by Jan Tschichold in the 1960s, was loosely based on a specimen sheet of Garamond dating back to the sixteenth century. Equally legible and elegant on the screen and the page, it is the house font of this publication.

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