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December 29, 2014

Blog Archives

Pavilion: An Excerpt

Art, Comics, Commentary, Culture, Essays, Fiction, Literature, Memoir, Poetry

If I Had a Daughter

One mother's advice to a daughter she never had.

Fiction, Literature

Bitter Root

A short tale of a programmer, his Russian wife, and too much borsch.

Fiction, Literature
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The Short, Happy Life of J. Alfred Macomber

The somber reflections and clever last words of a dying man.

Fiction, Literature

The Happy Atheist

The ponderings and musings of a dying 84-year-old man on religion, the meaning of life, and the impending nuclear holocaust.

Essays, Literature


A sweeping tale of love, happenstance, tragedy, and the toll of time.

Fiction, Literature
Artwork "Self-Educated Youth" by Meghan Clarkston

{Poetry} Clumsy

an autobiographical poem about youth

Literature, Poetry

A Ticket for Life: An Interview with Animator Ferenc Rofusz

Some thirty years after The Fly, which won him an Academy Award for short animation in 1981, Hungarian animator Ferenc Rofusz has a new short, Ticket. It tells the life story of a man from birth to grave, entirely told from his personal perspective.

Artists, Film, Interviews

The Zouch Pamphlet, Uncategorized
In The Veins of Amy Guidry

In The Veins of Amy Guidry

Amy Guidry is an American artist from Lafayette, Louisiana. She grew up in Slidell and her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums nationwide.

Artists, Interviews

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