- Peter Croteau
Peter Croteau takes us on a journey through the sublime landscapes of his “Mountains” series in his interview with Darren Ching and Debra Klomp Ching.
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- Elegy for the Routine
“His voice unzips / the few words he has formed // for this purpose, what he says / of coming apart.” The insidious dementia of a father fractures, assembles, retrieves, and unties in a new poem from Lauren Camp.
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- An Arsenal of Sand
“Anger in our family was like the water: it had to go somewhere. Rise up, sink down, or burst everywhere at once.” An excerpt from Angela Palm‘s Riverine: A Memoir from Anywhere but Here.
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- Never So Much Seething: Twenty-Five Liner Notes and a Poem for Fugazi
A look back at youth and Fugazi by Philip Metres.
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- Takuji Hamanaka
Talking with artist and printmaker Takuji Hamanaka about his hybrid woodcut and collage works: radical displacements from his training in traditional Japanese woodblock printmaking.
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