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May/June 2022

Elegy

By Elizabeth Arnold

But now I am not I, nor is my house now my house.  — Federico García Lorca When the Chicxulub asteroid impact happened where the Yucatán peninsula wasn’t, a rapidly emplaced […]

Summer 2013

Like Water Flowing

By Elizabeth Arnold

In landlessness alone resides the highest truth, shoreless, indefinite as God.             —Herman Melville Everything had to look alive inside the tomb. Outside everything's dead in Saqqara, the 5000-year-old mastaba tombs […]