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BRIEFLY, THE FISH

W. Todd Kaneko Art by Herlinde Spahr We will walk down to the beachwhere it’s always night, where the fish open themselvesand lay their guts across the stones, the fish we caught on the lineand the...

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When the Sound of Bleating Calls You Home

Stephanie Yu The goat baby was exactly as described: half goat, half baby. Born in the dead of night under a new moon. The labor, as it had been foretold, had been difficult. The vessel split open,...

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The Maple Tree

 Zoe Goldstein We learned how the sticky parts of the helicopter seeds stuck to our noses perfectly, like tiny green wings. We learned how it was best to roll down the grassy slope three times in a...

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Framed

by featured artist Luda Pahl FramedMedium: Mixed media collage I am a collage artist, working mainly with mixed media. As I have a background in couture dressmaking and design, I often use techniques...

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Hooverville

Natalie Casagran Lopez Hooverville: an Immersive Experience is a space where American-ness usurps godliness. It sits on a tract of land in Irwindale, California, four miles south of the MillerCoors...

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Eroded Ephemera

by featured artist Nikolina Lazetic  lunar, untitled no.2Medium: acrylic, oil, ink on paper (modified print)   My creative processes are informed by an upbringing in a war-torn space, mute losses...

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Home Economics

Mary Kate McGrath  On the first day of senior year, I woke up to chanting. My mother sat cross-legged on a prayer rug in the kitchen.  “Hello morning child,” she said, eyes closed. She now...

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Neo-Romanti-Classical

by featured artist Adam Shea Lancaster  PandoraMedium: Acrylic on canvas  Adam Shea Lancaster is an artist from Dallas, Texas. He creates representational paintings in a style he’s called...

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Beautiful Mother

 Jody Rae It’s a party hosted by people in my old neighborhood, so that should have been my first clue. I bring the girls, against my better judgment, but I want to see old faces, and it has...

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Lockdown Artworks

by featured artist Ishika Guha  Every First TimeMedium: Mixed media, oil and acrylic Burn it SlowMedium: Mixed media, oil and acrylic These works were created during the lockdown periods in...

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