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Truth Teller Spotlight: Douglas Haynes.

Truth Teller Spotlight: Douglas Haynes.

“Sometimes the language takes on its own life. This signals to me that it’s worth writing about.” Douglas Haynes is taking off. He has not one but two books out this season: Every Day We Live Is the Future: Surviving in a City of Disasters, an account of the struggle to get by in Nicaragua, just...
Truth Teller Spotlight: Bea Chang, Essayist.

Truth Teller Spotlight: Bea Chang, Essayist.

“Traveling helps me figure out the right questions to ask. It is the writing afterward—sometimes long afterward—that feels like seeking and revealing the truth in the answers to those questions.”     For Bea Chang, who contributed the memoir “The River My Father Promised” to our “Maps & Legends” issue, life is–literally–a journey. At the...
Truth Teller Spotlight: Caitlin Hamilton Summie.

Truth Teller Spotlight: Caitlin Hamilton Summie.

“We know that small press publicity is trench warfare …” After decades in publishing, where she carved out a niche as one of the industry’s top publicists and marketing strategists, Caitlin Hamilton Summie has just brought out her own first story collection, To Lay to Rest Our Ghosts, with Fomite Press. The book represents twenty-five years’ worth of story writing,...
Truth Teller Spotlight: Lee Strasburger, Artist.

Truth Teller Spotlight: Lee Strasburger, Artist.

“To express myself in that ‘calling moment’ is to give my energy in its purest, most positive form….”   Lee Strasburger is a painter, photographer, and textile artist who has mounted one-person shows in Japan, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Her work has also been featured in group shows all over the globe. A true...
"Dream Geographies": the complete series by poet Judith Serin and artist Masami Inoue.

“Dream Geographies”: the complete series by poet Judith Serin and artist Masami Inoue.

We are proud to present links to this remarkable series in the order published. The “Dream Geographies” series began in summer 2016 and resumed in winter 2017–a collaboration between poet Judith Serin and visual artist Masami Inoue. Together they charted the vast unknowns toward which our unconscious dreaming point us.  Don’t miss the interview in which Serin...