The Case for Animal Personhood

September 7, 2015 Jeff Warren 0

“There is nothing more alone in the universe than man. When we were children we wanted to talk to animals and struggled to understand why this was impossible. Slowly we gave up the attempt as […]

Rosemary Ishii MacConnell

March 25, 2015 Editor 0

Rosemary Ishii MacConnell’s studio is in her home, situated in the high ridges and peaks of Marin County, California. Like her life, her work sits between two worlds, with cultural references to both. In her […] […]

Blue Hanuman

May 31, 2014 Joan Larkin 0

The poems in “Blue Hanuman” have a lyric intensity and soul-clarity that move beyond Larkin’s previous books. The poet’s voice becomes the thing it speaks about, connecting the body to art and to the whole […] […]

Scott Bailey and David McLoghlin

January 28, 2014 admin 0

Intimate relations between two men—one younger and one older—unite the following poems by Scott Bailey and David McLoghlin. Those intimacies, though wildly different in nature, both interrogate the role of silence in expressions of love […] […]

Dr. Joseph Valks – Recreating Genesis

November 13, 2013 Editor 0

When Dr Craig Venter’s team announced they had succeeded in transplanting synthetic DNA for a bacterium into a host cell they opened a ‘Pandora’s box’ about the morality of playing God. The simple fact is […]

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