and the quarry mined to dust to mold it. Little mountain, meet your shadow. and made you this plastic daisy. It’s been ...
A Jewish Refugee in New York by Kadya Molodovsky. Translated by Anita Norich / Indiana University Press / 978-0253040763 / ...
Born in Pleven, Bulgaria, in 1943, Gueorgui Konstantinov graduated from the University of Sofia majoring in Bulgarian ...
Constance Schultz and her family live and hike by Grand Coulee Dam in Washington State. Her writing is greatly influenced by ...
The first gay bar I ever went to was a lesbian bar called The Flame. It was on the edge of the gay neighborhood called ...
I give guided tours to places that don’t yet exist. Born in the Land of Oz, Emma Anna's head is full of tales from The New ...
I first encountered actress Patricia Arquette in the early 2000s when, as a young teenager, I saw David Lynch’s Lost Highway (1997) for the first time. Growing up surrounded by photos of Marlene ...
The title of this artist’s book is River Stories. It visually considers the events that might flow in and through a life. Some images cover two pages while others are single pages. Each page has a ...
Jerry Kamstra is a novelist (author of The Frisco Kid and other books) and knows how to structure and pace a story. Weed opens with a scene when the narrator is running the border at San Luis, Arizona ...
We rarely think of angels as being ill. If we make the assumption that “ill” is being used here in the sense of “bad,” most are considered to be good but then we remember Lucifer, the wildcard in the ...
In 1950, shortly after launching the dianetic movement that would eventually become known as Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard paid a visit to the house of noted English author, Aldous Huxley, who at that ...