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Contributor News: Jonathan Machen's Solo Show at the Museum of Boulder

Contributor News: Jonathan Machen’s Solo Show at the Museum of Boulder

Jonathan Machen, whose painting Unite with Love, Resist with Love capped off 2017 for us, has a solo show opening at the Boulder History Museum on August 16: “Boulder Through the Decades.” Comprising over 40 works in oil, watercolor, pen-and-ink and plein-air pencil and chalk studies, this exhibit is a wide-ranging artistic study of Boulder’s natural and...
Contributor News: Harry Kollatz, Jr., publishes a novel.

Contributor News: Harry Kollatz, Jr., publishes a novel.

Harry Kollatz, Jr., who wrote about our former office’s very own block of Broad Street in Richmond, Virginia, has now published his first novel: Carlisle Montgomery. Carlisle is “six-foot-five, redheaded, pigtailed, gap-and-buck-toothed, nine-fingered, guitar-playing,” and thoroughly beguiling as she launches a musical career in the 1990s, somewhere between grunge and Garth Brooks. She is brought to...
“Reenactors.” A photo essay by Chad Hunt.

“Reenactors.” A photo essay by Chad Hunt.

“The uniforms have changed, but we are still confronting the realities of war and what it means to place yourself within it.” Investigating the modern individual’s connection to warfare, a prominent photojournalist turns his camera on American reenactors of two watershed wars: the American Revolution and World War I. From our Winter/Spring 2019 issue, “Rivals & Players.”...
They're here! Presenting "Rivals & Players," our Winter 2019 issue.

They’re here! Presenting “Rivals & Players,” our Winter 2019 issue.

We’re online, live, and free to read on Medium!   Our Winter 2019 issue features lovers, fighters, warriors, war reenactors, ad men, insects, and neighbors. Do we play the game, or does the game play us? What do we get when we spin Fortune’s wheel? Who’s watching, anyway — and when are they coming for us?  ...
"Another Planet of Its Own," an essay by Katharine Haake: The astral is the personal. From "Rivals & Players."

“Another Planet of Its Own,” an essay by Katharine Haake: The astral is the personal. From “Rivals & Players.”

“ Somewhere in the Universe a molecule shifts, and here on Earth, these telescopes perk up. Oh, oh: who’s there?” The Allen Telescope Array. Wikimedia Commons. – Another Planet of Its Own The astral is the personal. A feature from our Winter/Spring 2019 “Rivals & Players” issue. By Katharine Haake – Dreamscape Not long ago, I hiked...