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Wordslabs by Randee Silv

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Wordslabs

by Randee Silv

 
 

"A Slow Follow", Copyright © Randee Silv, 2016

“A Slow Follow”, Copyright © Randee Silv, 2016

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Enigma: Art & Evolution of Michael Alan’s Living Installation by Mark McCawley

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Enigma: Art & Evolution

of Michael Alan’s

Living Installation

 

a photo review

by Mark McCawley

 
 

"Live music with tim Love Lee, Pearl necklace, and Mike Ogaltree", Photo Copyright © 2016 Hubert Burchardt

“Live music with tim Love Lee, Pearl necklace, and Mike Ogaltree”, Photo Copyright © 2016 Hugh Burchardt

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The Wind by Philip Quinn

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The Wind

by Philip Quinn

 
 

Photo Copyright © Erik La Prade, 2015

Photo Copyright © Erik La Prade, 2015

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A Room in the City: Gabor Gasztonyi — in conversation with Mark McCawley

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A Room in the City:

Gabor Gasztonyi

 

in conversation

with Mark McCawley

 
 
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A Superintendent’s Eyes by Steve Dalachinsky — review by Mark McCawley

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A Superintendent’s Eyes

by Steve Dalachinsky

 

review by Mark McCawley

 
 
A Superintendent's EyesA Superintendent’s Eyes
by Steve Dalachinsky (Author), Arthur Kaye (Illustrator)
Revised and Expanded Second Edition
Unbearable Books/Autonomedia (July 8, 2013)
ISBN-10: 1570272727
ISBN-13: 978-1570272721
$13.61 US pbk | $11.33 CDN pbk | £10.99 UK pbk
180 pages, 5″ x 7.25″, Poetry
photographs by Arthur Kaye

 
 
“you fine poets who live among universities
you glorious academicians
can you see civilization in your own backyards
in the ethnic eyes of the shopkeeper
buried in one neighborhood forever
dryly breathing
under a petrified cross?

the years have changed
but the times have not.”

~Steve Dalachinsky, A Superintendent’s Eyes #1, “from the basement of the academy”, p.13
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