March 31, 2021

Poem: Remembering the Town Librarian by Robert Tustin

"What happened to the head librarian?" I asked the new girl working in the stacks, Who told me the old antiquarian Died peacefully in her co-op […]
March 31, 2021

Coffee with the Editor Issue 1:1

In a world where the denial of basic human rights and dignity has become the norm, where news outlets and social networks are saturated with intentionally false information, and at a time of social chaos and human turmoil on a worldwide scale, to ignore those aspects and simply produce a "feel good" publication would be socially remiss and ethically irresponsible. Hope that fosters change does not come from denial, but from an accurate acceptance of things as they are and the ability to envision options and to work toward them for the benefit of all.
October 10, 2020

Terra Incognita: Small Vistas Unfolding

Wooden fragments are unearthed from the forest floor and translated through drawing, collage, painting, and sculptural installation. The displacement of these subterranean objects exposes the way […]
October 10, 2020

The Artist Enters the Void

The artist enters the Void with nothing and comes back with something. Her skill is to turn off the self-censor. Her skill is to jump off […]
October 10, 2020

Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Matisse Walk Into a Bar…

Actually, it is a Paris café serving beer, coffee, delicacies and solid hot meals. Hemingway grabs a beer and heads for his favorite table at the […]
October 10, 2020

Gathering Space & Place