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Juan José Saer: A geographical fiction, a fictional geography. essay by Steve Dolph

1 The Argentine novelist Juan José Saer was born to Syrian immigrants in 1937 and lived most of his young life in the city of Santa Fe. In 1968, Saer, … Continue reading

February 2, 2014 · Leave a comment

Our Spider Lives (2011). story by J.M.G. Le Clézio. translation by Patricia Frederick

Right here, down by the ground, where the wind gathers up tiny clouds of dust. Here is where we live, without making any noise, barely even moving, hardly doing a … Continue reading

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Silk Road and Granite Steps. essay with photographs by Glenn Arnold

Dunhuang, China, 27 December 2012 The wind bites my face, snow crystals sting my eyes.  It is -17C, and my wife and I are scrambling out of the station, flowing … Continue reading

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Disparatures. Seven triptychs from the series, by Carrie Crow

Carrie Crow is a fine art, performance, and horse racing photographer whose work has been exhibited internationally at the Queens Museum of Art, Kunst Altonale Hamburg, and Galleria Perela during … Continue reading

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Four poems by SJ Fowler

Healing as a planet – I saw to it, Ealing as a planet earth going to its slow growth a place begging vegetable sombre, health seeking, much a taste acquired … Continue reading

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