September 1, 2023 | Volume I, Issue 5:


Ghosts, ghouls, and goblins are typical haunting threats, but what about that one time you were in the grocery store and dropped a glass tomato sauce jar that shattered on the floor and splattered along the walls, and you just walked away while the ceiling started to cave in?

Fear, embarrassment, and shame can haunt us as much as spooky, scary creatures. Find out what happens when we regain control over what scares us most in our newest issue of  Midnight Snack, Haunt. 

July 1, 2023 | Volume I, Issue 4:


Playtime is serious business. The games we played, treasures we collected, and worlds we imagined as children shaped us into the people we are today. From jungle gym mountaineers to coloring book impressionists—everyone has their own brand of play.

Join us as we reminisce on, reimagine, and revisit the concept of playtime.

May 1, 2023 | Volume I, Issue 3:

Hidden Observers

From omniscient big tech to the gentle presence of nature—there are forces around us at all times. Hiding from us, watching us, learning from us, and altering the ways we interact with ourselves, each other, and the world.

In this issue of Midnight Snack, we’re considering hidden observers. Those that bring unease, those that protect us, and those that deliver our Instagram ads. Take a peek!

March 1, 2023 | Volume I, Issue 2:


We’re two months in to 2023, and it’s the between-times. The limbo of not-quite-winter, not-quite-spring. The transition from Pisces season (the last sign of the Zodiac), to the start of Aries season (the cycle starts again)—if you’re into that sorta thing.

All this has us feeling the LIMBO. In this issue of Midnight Snack, we’re exploring liminal spaces, transitions, and everything that hangs in the balance. Dive in!

Jan 1, 2023 | Volume I, Issue 1:


Artificial intelligence has been on (in?) our minds lately—the good, the bad, and the glitchy. It’s seriously powerful stuff, but so is the human brain. What happens when they come up against one another?

Explore our thoughts on the wild world of AI, its limitations, its offerings, and perhaps most importantly, what happens when we stop doing things ourselves.