- 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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“When time breaks you can feel it in your body at noon when half the day is done and again at 3 pm when you are going home.” Page Hill Starzinger’s poem of her parents’ decline tries to restore the house they can no longer keep. “No, my father said, don’t do that, it’s not a good house.”
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- Ghost in the Graveyard
“I put the shovel into the ground, stepped down, and turned the earth loose like he had shown me.” Dating an outdoorsy type gets strange in a short story by Tayler Heuston.
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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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