Month: March 2018

Spring Stories 2018

Editor's Note

These essays show that there is no one right way to look at art, or even what one finds when they do look no matter how common the art may be.

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To Bobby, With Love

Essay, First Person, Music, Theater

The last single person among her friends, a young woman recognizes herself in Stephen Sondheim’s ‘Company’....

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There Was This Clock

Essay, First Person, Visual Art

A musician chases Time through art history....

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On Not Being Silent

Essay, First Person, Poetry

A journalist’s priorities change after an encounter with the work of the feminist poet Audre Lorde.

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Final Touch

Essay, First Person, Visual Art

Remembering Mirella Bentivoglio, who left a legacy of art and personal conversations....

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What If Our Ideal Is Shot With Rust?

Essay, First Person, Poetry, Visual Art

A poet wanders cultural Paris before and after a terror attack....

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