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A Vessel of Decay: From the River to the Riverbed

part three of a four part series on the recording of four albums in 2010 by Rogue Valley ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… Before diving into the deepening abyss, a brief recap of the narrative connecting the albums:  Up to this point the storymore…

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Maira Kalman

Maira Kalman was born in Tel-Aviv, but is a New Yorker through and through. She is the author of over fifteen books (some for children, some for everyone), inventor of witty paperweights, illustrator and writer of a New York Timesmore…

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Dan Tesene

Artist Dan Tesene explores nature and science to create complex drawings and sculptures. From drawings that magnify the minutia of nature revealing intricate patterns, to sculptures that take on skyscrapers and intangible realms like the oil industry, Tesene examines everyday lifemore…

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InDigest Broadsides: Bart Schneider

Download the Bart Schneider broadside here.

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Recent Reads: Stoner by John Williams and Old Filth by Jane Gardam

Discussed in this article: Stoner by John Williams [New York Review Books Classics, 2006, or. 1965] ; Old Filth by Jane Gardam [Europa Editions, 2006] ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… Something about autumn turns my mind to the subject of death. Not my own,more…

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Two Poems by T.M. De Vos

Between the Factories We can only touch our tin cups after a bolted meal and run back to our places: at the line, you dispense the parts to turn a sparkless block into an engine; I lick my brush tomore…

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Peculiar Travel Suggestions Are Dancing Lessons From God: Part Four

by J. Albin Larson Discussed in this article: Then We Came to the End by Joshua Ferris [ Little, Brown & Company, 2007]; Mergers & Acquisitions by Dana Vachon [Riverhead Books, 2007] ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… “Melville, I think, will never rest untilmore…

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Taking Your Owl

When we were getting together, you told me you had a bad owl in you, showing up more mightily while you dreamed. You couldn’t get rid of her, suspecting never. I said I wanted to bore tiny holes all overmore…

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A Poem by Autumn Giles

Art and Facts My dearest museum, I hate art. I wish you hadn’t killed all my friends. We hid and sought in the Egyptian Art and I lost them all. Even the cracked vases could fit a kid. The mummiesmore…

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The Prisoner: A Fable

The prisoner Ivan, in the few months he had served of his life sentence, had already earned himself a singular reputation for unmanageability, displaying the most wanton disregard for authority, order, and good sense, and employing all manner of stuntsmore…

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An Interview with Joel Gilbert, director of Paul Really is Dead

Being a conspiracy theorist isn’t easy. I think there are three main reasons for this: 1. You know you’re going to look like a loon. 2. You’re probably not right, and some part of you has to know that ifmore…

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Artburn: Mr. Lebowski, What Makes an Artist?

by Charles Greene The Big Lebowski: What makes a man, Mr. Lebowski? The Dude: Dude. The Big Lebowski: Huh? The Dude: Uhh… I don’t know sir. The Big Lebowski: Is it being prepared to do the right thing, whatever themore…

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