Category Archives: Literature

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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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Lost really has two disparate meanings. Losing things is about the familiar falling away, getting lost is about the unfamiliar appearing.There are objects and people that disappear from your sight or knowledge or possession; you lose a bracelet, a friend, … Continue reading

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The only binary that ultimately matters to a trail is the one between use and disuse–the continual, communal process of making sense, and the slow entropic process by which it is unmade. from On Trails by Robert Moor

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