Dana Norris captures teenage “Rebellion” (Issue 3), inside the aisles of Walgreens. Unexpected freedom and boys are found beside facial masks and Cadbury cream eggs. In the interview following, Norris discusses dance, motherhood, and purchasing things as an escape.
When Erika Janik loses her dad, she chooses five of his belongings to keep. In “A Catalogue of My Dad” (Issue 3), she reconnects with him and herself via the objects he left behind. In the following interview, Janik discusses her work space, her high school English teacher, and her greatest extravagance.
Sparked by a second-hand book, a gift, Morris explores our connections, from Facebook to the name plate in a book on squirrels, and the stories around us in “Points of Tangency,” (Issue 3). In the following interview, Morris discusses the talent he would most like to have, his inspiration for his piece, and he recommends […]
In “Goodbye, Sweet Girl” (Issue 4), Kelly Sundberg brings us inside one (of her many) summer(s) as a wilderness ranger, a bad night at a Motel 6, and slowly her healing heart. In this interview, Sundberg discusses music, writing about sex, and her current state of mind.