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June 2019

Featured Writer: Poet Devon Balwit’s “Both”

By | 2019-06-21T01:26:09+00:00 June 21st, 2019|FEATURED, FEATURED WRITERS, FEATURED WRITERS, LITERARY ARTS, Lyric, Narrative, Poetry, Uncategorized|

Devon Balwit Both Like Wagner before him, [Nolde] was both a vicious anti-Semite and a revolutionary creative figure.                                                                                     Jonathan Jones (Feb 2018, The Guardian) "The Mocking of Christ" by Emil Nolde Luminous [...]

Featured Writer Interview: Contributing Editor Vera Falenko talks with poet Devon Balwit

By | 2019-06-20T13:11:24+00:00 June 20th, 2019|Academic, FEATURED, Featured Writer, FEATURED WRITERS, FEATURED WRITERS, INTERVIEWS, LITERARY ARTS, Lyric, Narrative, Nonfiction, Personal Essay, Poetry, Writers|

Vera Falenko, Contributing Editor Featured Writer Interview: Devon Balwit Devon Balwit Devon Balwit's most recent collection is titled A Brief Way to Identify a Body (Ursus Americanus Press). Her individual poems can be [...]

Featured Artist Azam Atakhanov: A pairing with poet Thomas Cook’s “Other Voices”

By | 2019-06-18T12:12:05+00:00 June 18th, 2019|FEATURED, FEATURED ARTISTS, FEATURED FINE ARTISTS, LITERARY ARTS, Lyric, Narrative, Painting, Poetry, STUDIO ARTS|

Thomas Cook  Other Voices "Dam in the Mountains" by Azam Atakhanov My head was a snarl of said things; or as the poet said, "I heard a thousand blended notes." I did hear [...]

Featured Artist Azam Atakhanov: A pairing with poet Emily Ransdell’s “Salt”

By | 2019-06-17T22:48:40+00:00 June 17th, 2019|FEATURED, FEATURED ARTISTS, FEATURED FINE ARTISTS, LITERARY ARTS, Lyric, Narrative, Painting, Poetry, STUDIO ARTS|

Emily Ransdell Salt "In Vorukh" by Azam Atakhanov Boiled from brine or dug, once carried by camels across the Sahara, once carted by slaves on the road to Rome. Salt for barter. For [...]

Featured Artist Azam Atakhanov: A pairing with poet Emily Ransdell’s “Fire Season”

By | 2019-06-16T12:49:34+00:00 June 16th, 2019|FEATURED, FEATURED ARTISTS, FEATURED FINE ARTISTS, LITERARY ARTS, Lyric, Narrative, Painting, Poetry, STUDIO ARTS|

Emily Ransdell Fire Season "The Fire!" by Azam Atakhanov Days made entirely of wind, weeks of ripening wheat flattened by the sun’s ticking clock. Everyone’s worried about fire and no one goes out [...]

Featured Artist Azam Atakhanov: A pairing with poet Emily Ransdell’s “Night Sky”

By | 2019-06-15T12:12:27+00:00 June 15th, 2019|FEATURED, FEATURED ARTISTS, FEATURED FINE ARTISTS, LITERARY ARTS, Lyric, Narrative, Painting, Poetry, STUDIO ARTS|

Emily Ransdell Night Sky "Adam waking up in Sri Lanka after being banished from Paradise" by Azam Atakhanov It goes on forever, beyond error and indignity, accusation and bruise. No matter how many [...]

Featured Artist: Contributing Editor Vera Falenko Talks with Russian Artist Azam Atakhanov

By | 2019-06-14T13:42:00+00:00 June 14th, 2019|Academic, Artists, FEATURED, FEATURED ARTISTS, FEATURED FINE ARTISTS, INTERVIEWS, Nonfiction, Painting, STUDIO ARTS|

Contributing Editor Vera Falenko Featured Artist Interview: Azam Atakhanov  Azam Atakhanov was born in Dushanbe in 1964 and in 1983 finished the Republican Art School and went to Moscow. In the capital of Russia, he [...]

Literary Tourism: Contributing Editor Jim Weitz on the Taiwanese-themed work A Pail of Oysters by Vern Sneider

By | 2019-06-17T00:20:42+00:00 June 1st, 2019|Fiction, LITERARY ARTS, Literary Tourism, Nonfiction, Personal Essay, Travel Writing|

Contributing Editor Jim Weitz Literary Tourism: A Pail of Oysters by Vern Sneider Vern Sneider was a 1950’s writer whose hands-on experience in post-WWII reconstruction helped form the storylines for his novels. The U.S. Army [...]

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