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Arrows of the Dawn (2013-present) references a series of short essays and manifestos published by the Byrdcliffe Colony, which was a failed Utopian community for artists, started at the beginning of the 20th century in Woodstock, New York. While the founders had high hopes of this being a self-sustaining artist colony in tune with the…

Maeve Brennan and Vivian Maier shared a lifelong rummage for meaning in the corners of their solitary lives. In the continuous bustle of urban existence, they each paused not to stare but to capture what is usually overlooked in timeless and haunting images. Their poetry remains in how they transformed ‘the seemingly banal into the…

For H. There is no such thing as phenomenology, but there are indeed phenomenological problems. Ludwig Wittgenstein Although Blue is often assumed to be Derek Jarman’s last film (that honor goes to Glitterbug, which premiered several months after his death from AIDS-related complications), it was certainly the last film I watched with you. It consists of…

NOTES: Barks, Coleman. The Soul of Rumi: A New Collection of Ecstatic Poems. Harper Collins: San FranciscO (2001). Nietzsche, Friedrich translated by Walter Kaufmann, The Gay Science: With a Prelude in Rhymes and an Appendix of Songs.  Vintage Books: New York (1974). Plath, Sylvia. Ariel: Poems by Sylvia Plath. Easton Press: NORWALK, CONNECTICUT (1965). Von…

Candice Wuehle is the author of curse words: a guide in 19 steps for aspiring transmographs (Dancing Girl Press, 2014) and EARTH*AIR*FIRE*WATER*ÆTHER (Grey Books Press, 2015). Some of her poems can be found in The Volta, The Colorado Review, and PRELUDE. She lives in Lawrence, Kansas, where she is a Chancellor’s Fellow at the University…