Special Feature: Photography Series by John Sevigny

“One hundred years after Lewis W. Hine started work on his Ellis Island portraits, I wanted to document Latin American immigrants, hoping to give faces to the catch-all masses lambasted by Lou Dobbs, Pat Buchanan, and others who equate immigration with crime. This collection of portraits of Central American immigrants was taken at the Belen … More Special Feature: Photography Series by John Sevigny

Poetry by Chris Mansel

Movements of the Coast by Chris Mansel seawater, the difference between circling planes wanderings and piano rolls of bleached white ink marks interstate opal ring-like faucet openings, neurological spiral waves places where an ocean can corridor itself into a beach head watched of low frequencies reciting the contours of nearby cliffs Opaque missions read aloud, … More Poetry by Chris Mansel

If Electricity doesn’t Crackle by Doctori Sadisco

IF ELECTRICITY DOESN’T CRACKLE by Doctori Sadisco if electricity doesn’t crackle from your voice shut up begin again if the high mountain brook your eyes full of blue sky the living secret beneath the icy rock does not fly out of each word like a flock of quail in a glade then reach into your … More If Electricity doesn’t Crackle by Doctori Sadisco

And in Legal News, Playing Talk Show by John F. Buckley

And in Legal News… by John F. Buckley When? Now. Here I go, hitting my stride, no longer skidding on the loading-dock diamond plate, irascible magic beans in my sphinctered fist. There’s an openness to meaning, a maybe plum, the hole of a donut, the wind whistling through a Cheerio, when you greet me on … More And in Legal News, Playing Talk Show by John F. Buckley