After Jennifer S. Cheng 1: the sea captured in a glass 2: a homophone for having enough for leftovers, a synonym for abundance 3: the fish, who have already forgotten you. It’s not personal 4: where memory fails, there’s still imagining 5: you. Not as an ocean but outside 6: glass and/or acrylicRead More
(Continued from a previous post) Alan Vorda: Shortly after this episode, Koinos (p. 238) “died of a disease.” Is there any knowledge of Koinos’ age or the disease from which he died?
David Kinzer was born in 1989 in Troy, Mi. He’s a senior at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and is in the English Honors program, writing a thesis on Nazi comparisons. This
Starr Belew has been piercing for six years professionally. She says, “I never had an apprenticeship; I was self taught, and I take every opportunity I get to watch the way someone
Todd Freeman, ‘The Owlmen of Mawnan‘ Handcolored Copper Etching on Paper, 12″x16″, 2010, from the exhibition ‘As it was before’, with Martin Machado and Aleksandra Zee, January 8th at Gallery Hijinks, San Francisco, CA, www.galleryhijinks.com (Continued
Todd Freeman, ‘The Wood Maladies,’ Hand colored copper etching on paper, 2009 The Shope Papilloma virus afflicts rabbit populations worldwide, producing horn-like growths of keratin in infected individuals. Early reports of this disease are likely
(Continued from previous post) I’ve heard mixed reviews about The Fighter, but I enjoyed it. My one complaint was the structure of the plot. It felt like it was written for TV,
(Continued from previous post) I watched the mediocre sequel, Texasville, to the fantastic film The Last Picture Show (both starring Jeff Bridges) the night before I saw True Grit. It was totally