These technologically stingy websites made me wonder: what exactly is the mission and use of literary journals in the digital era?
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If, as a practical matter, The Curator spends most of her energy enhancing her reputation among the cosmopolitan museum set — well, so much the better! After all, you don’t expect her to stick around this hick town for long, do you?
The New York Times recently proclaimed the death of photojournalism.
A quick rundown of what some Identity Theory staffers are digging into this month…Drew McNaughton: Tree of Smoke by Denis Johnson, The Brightening Glance: Children and Imagination by Ellen Handler Spitz, The New Kings: Nonfiction edited by Ira GlassRobert Birnbaum: The Song Before it is Sung by Justin Cartwright, Wrack and Ruin by Don Lee, […]
A sampling of artworks by Dan McCarthy
Bedroom Hallway Closet Man After Work One Boy, One Girl, One Drawing Outside Two Boys Two Boys in Bed All pictures are copyright of the artist and may not be used without the artist’s permission. Take it up with them.
The Summer River Although there is a bridge, my horse goes through the water