Patrick Milian is an instructor in the English Division of Green River College where he teaches writing, literature, and multimodal composition. His research is situated at the intersection of interdisciplinary arts and new media with particular focus on music, dance, and sound.
In the editorial statement of the first issue of Rhythm, John Middleton Murry writes: “Our intention is to provide art, be it drawing, literature or criticism, which shall be vigorous, determined, which shall have its roots below the surface, and be the rhythmical echo of the life with which it is in touch.” He would later explain that the magazine treated rhythm as “the distinctive element in all the arts, and that the real purpose of ‘this modern movement’ . . . was to reassert the preeminence of rhythm.”