Tag Archives: Issue #15

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Literature in Translation: Chad W. Post of Open Letter Books

The buzzwords in publishing these days are “literature in translation.” And, unlike most buzzwords in, say, politics or pop-culture, these three are welcomed, refreshing, and busy reviving a struggling industry. Leading the charge is the University of Rochester’s Open Lettermore…

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Peculiar Travel Suggestions Are Dancing Lessons From God OR: Oprah Schmoprah: Installment One.

by J. Albin Larson Discussed in this article: The Princess Bride: S. Morgenstern’s Classic Tale of True Love and High Adventure by William Goldman [Harcourt] ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… I can’t imagine I’m the only person this has occurred to over the pastmore…

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Two Poems by James Cihlar

ETHAN ALLEN IN LOVE Lofty ideas. The living room space hides a multitude of details. You have cleverly done everything. The crown molding was patched by hand. Under the console table, near the splatback chair, My cat tries to tellmore…

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Play by Play: Plays and The Myopia

by Rachel Cole Plays, by Gertrude Stein, and The Myopia, an epic burlesque of tragic proportions, by David Greenspan Produced by The Foundry Theatre at Atlantic Stage 2 January 6th – February 7th The Myopia Wednesday – Sunday at 7:30more…

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Two Poems by Gregory Lawless

TEETH MUSE for Kristin I don’t like the little girl god and her glitters and wolfsmells. I don’t like the way she’s always sniffling drinking rainbow wine

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Artburn: No Room For a Revolution

by Charles Greene One of life’s chief pleasures is the possibility that at any given moment something could come along and completely sweep us off of our feet, that some new creation, idea, or event can have such impact thatmore…

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Erections Are Engorged With Blood

“How do you know it’s not raining because of me when it rains? Huh? Prove it.” She swings her arms and beats her hands on her hips. “I’m hungry,” I say. No response. She might evaporate into a long listmore…

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Andrea Carlson

Many paintings in the VORE series reference objects and texts from seemingly disparate sources, from museum collections to exploitation films. Objects drawn into these paintings are from encyclopedic collections, specifically the Minneapolis Institute of Art and the British Museum, whilemore…

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A Visit to Planet Lemtron: These Colors Give Me the Runs

by Alex Lemon Drug-mule Green. Mopar Blue. To-The-Max Black. Who Am I To Disagree Magenta. Regurgitate On Me Pink. Department of Home-

The Derelict and The Bully on Easy StreetReviews

The Cinefiles: Charles Chaplin’s ‘Easy Street’ and ‘One A.M.’ at New York Guitar Festival

by Dustin Luke Nelson Discussed in this article: Easy Street (Charles Chaplin) 1917, 19 min. One A.M. (Charles Chaplin) 1916, 34 min. Cops (Buster Keaton) 1922, 18 min. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… To focus on the aural aspects of a silent film, onemore…

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InDialogue: Catherine Michele Adams and J.C. Hallman

Photographer/Editor Catherine Michele Adams and writer J.C. Hallman live together in St. Paul, Minnesota. This discussion was conducted via Facebook. There were several preliminary discussions (some going back years, actually), some shared preparatory reading, and an aborted first effort atmore…

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