Monthly Archives: January 2017

Bunkong Tuon: An Immigrant

  I was appalled when President Trump signed, last Friday, the Executive Order titled “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States,” which temporarily denies entry for refugees and immigrants and, more specifically, bans those coming from … Continue reading

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An Interview with Dale Bridges

Felix Morgan sat down with Dale Bridges over pancakes to discuss his current projects, writing processes, and the rather gloomy state of the world in general. Felix: Tell me about your work as a journalist. Dale: I had come back … Continue reading

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Notes on the Women’s March by Leslie McGrath

Notes on the Women’s March   By Leslie McGrath   It’s the day after Trump has taken office and I’ve just marched for the first time. I didn’t make it to Washington D.C. or New York City. I just drove … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: “LET THEM NOT SAY” BY JANE HIRSHFIELD – A POEM OF SOLIDARITY & PROTEST

from LET THEM NOT SAY By Jane Hirschfield: Let them not say: we did not see it. We saw. Let them not say: we did not hear it. We heard. … Let them not say: it was not spoken, not … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: ALEX BEN-ARI

I ASK FORGIVENESS By Alex Ben-Ari Translated by Vivan Eden I ask forgiveness of all the poems Born misshapen because of my desire to write them I ask forgiveness of all the people Whose lives were disrupted by my desire … Continue reading

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Kristy Bowen & Cynthia Manick: A Conversation

CM: So what does the word “Salvage” mean to you and how did it become the title of the collection? KB: I had been thinking terribly literal (as I always maddeningly do…lol) about “salvage” as the things that get taken … Continue reading

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“Between Klimt and Giacometti” by Hélène Cardona

Between Klimt and Giacometti by Hélène Cardona A room inhabited by paintings seizes my mind, fluid unpredictable lives, their secret eliciting attention, Klimt’s innate aesthetic, linear statements without tonality. Their spontaneity transmits essential wisdom. Dark eye shapes, dominant lip lines, … Continue reading

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