Tag Archives: The Ontology of the Photographic Image

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: JOANNA FUHRMAN AND TONI SIMON

By Joanna Fuhrman and Toni Simon: from FRIEND OF THE DEAD from HOW MANY TIMES DO I HAVE TO TELL YOU? from THE RULER OF RUSTED KNEES Selections from “Friend of the Dead” originally appeared in Paperbag, selections from “How … Continue reading

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PHOTOGRAPHY & OTHER MODES OF CRYING AT YOUR OWN FUNERAL

1865 photograph of Lewis Powell who stabbed US Secretary of State William Seward repeatedly in an unsuccessful assassination attempt. Powell was executed along with three other Lincoln assassination conspirators. PHOTOGRAPHY AND OTHER MODES OF CRYING AT YOUR OWN FUNERAL by … Continue reading

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