Category Archives: Literature

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It’s easy to see the beginnings of things and harder to see the ends. I can remember now with a clarity that makes the nerves at the back of my neck constrict when New York began for me, but I … Continue reading

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I climbed the condor’s shadow spinning solar thread. “Re ……..member …………………….(it said) The union of water and blood.” “The glacier’s thirst” A sound birthing its own death. “a menstrual quipo” by Cecilia Vicuna

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by Sean Earl (credit: instagram.com/seaniedraws)

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It would have to be beautiful and hard as steel and make people ashamed of their existence. from La Nausée by Jean-Paul Sartre

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I see floating seagulls a few feet below, unfailing and quiet against the cars that speck their background; one dares and drifts to eyes’ level, hovering in muddy darkness, a scar of gray paint on black canvas. For a moment, … Continue reading

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I’ve started to chew my fingers again. There’s blood, a taste I remember. It tastes of orange Popsicles, penny gumballs, red licorice, gnawed hair, dirty ice. from Cat’s Eye by Margaret Atwood

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