Category Archive: 6: December 2015

Featured Artist — Jyl Bonaguro

ARTIST STATEMENT: My artwork focuses on the concepts of industrialization, beauty and immortality. I examine and deconstruct the effects of industrialization with pre-industrial materials and techniques such as a hammer and chisel for… Continue reading

radio, news — Naomi Buck Palagi

I.                                                                                                                   Imagine me sitting at a chipped laminate table,        an old farm house.        Legs slouched open under gray skirt.                          This morning I wasn’t even sad.                                                Imagine me sitting there as door to the living room                                                     bangs… Continue reading

3 Songs — Girls in Trouble

“Open the Ground” “River So Wide” “I’m Done Dressing Up” *** Girls in Trouble is an ongoing indie-folk/art-pop song cycle by poet, singer, songwriter and violinist Alicia Jo Rabins. With this project, Alicia… Continue reading

Cannon River Meditation — Seth Berg

The river swells, takes on the color of arsenic and churning foam. Near the bank, there is a raft of ducks who pay the swell no mind; they gaze at me as though… Continue reading

3 poems — Okla Elliott

Imaginings in the Garden i. The Preparation Plow and I turn up the bone-dust and skin-rot of my own dead kin. Like breathing the theft of air in my lungs and blood On… Continue reading

2 poems — Jarita Davis

Grounding Her nightly walks began in June. The evening stars split the sky like white stigmata across the night. The air held still and cool and she looked for god in each step.… Continue reading

The Paper Masters — Ish Klein

STATEMENT: HOW THE PAPER MASTERS CAME TO BE I work in the digital film medium. Classic film looks great but it takes a lot more energy and/or money to do. Video gives you… Continue reading

Flying Snake — Juliet Cook

Last month, I felt like I looked old and unattractive, but this month, I feel like I look like a young attractive snake. I know some people wouldn’t insert the words “young” and… Continue reading

Jack — Mitchell Krockmalnik Grabois

Woke at 5 a.m. to take a neighbor to cataract surgery Dropped her off went to find a McDonald’s with Wi-Fi but found none between here and the Front Range just a Jack-in-the… Continue reading