Monthly Archives: January 2017

“In Defense of Memory” by Michael T. Young

In Defense of Memory by Michael T. Young The Oxford Dictionary’s word for 2016 is “post-truth.” CNN commentator and Trump supporter Scottie Nell Hughes both claimed the absurd and grated my linguistic nerves when he said in an interview, “there’s … Continue reading

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“Unveiling Jean Cocteau” by Hélène Cardona

* Unveiling Jean Cocteau by Hélène Cardona * I emerge from painted panels astride a panther, rapacious illusionist rippling through mist, a sensual robe. The cardamom storm weaves stampeding unicorns, perfumes clouds in cinnamon quickening the skin, unsettles the moon … Continue reading

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