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16.2

By Evelyn Lau

Published in 16.2

 

In Summerland, the hours of silence are long.
Even this one life, said to be over in a day,

holds space that stretches to the horizon.
Abundance, then a harvest of loss—

berries … more »

Published in 16.2

I would like to acknowledge that I wrote this essay while living on the traditional, unceded territories of Coast Salish peoples. The essay also covers experiences I had during a time when I lived on the traditional more »

By Jim Nawrocki

Published in 16.2

 

Fuji hides,                                                                               silent now like an empty cricket cage.
veiled by torn-edge clouds,                                            That night, I walk over dark stone
a rain gray sky draped                                                       under drizzle as boats drop lanterns
over emergences … more »


We are trying a new photoviewer with our Green Issue - the controls on the lower right of the image window allow you to zoom-in and explore in full screen glory the wonderful cover art by Xiuyuan Zhang. You can find her on twitter at @xiuyuanzhang.

See the Editor's Letter and Table of Contents for this issue!

The call for submissions for the following issue, 16.3, is out! The theme is diversity/hybridity. We are also looking for photo subjects