May 1, 2018

Forest

By Liz Countryman

That time we were in the forest we felt we had almost reached the forest. Somewhere in the energetic forest we played croquet and somewhere gravel roads moved like slurping […]

May 1, 2018

On Salgado’s “Genesis” / On Disturbance or

By Jorie Graham

                        the laying down on                         the earth of the five-fingered silvermailed open hand of the Iguana. Life size. Look. Everything in life turns out to be                         life- size. These five fingers […]

May 1, 2018

Windfall

By Monica Sok

The fishermen, desperate, poisoned them with a cloudy gasoline so they dropped like apples on the ground one might find below a tree. Except these were birds out of water, […]

May 1, 2018

From “July”

By Kathleen Ossip

July 10 New York to Minneapolis to Bemidji, MN Minneapolis Institute of Art: a special exhibit of landscape paintings. On the wall an Edward Hopper quote: "My aim in painting […]