The traces we leave behind, dear Reader, our variation out of the past. The oldest footsteps in the Americas are 23,000 years young as of this writing. Here’s KJ Hannah Greenberg’s Been There Done That:
This photo originally appeared in SC #8.1, available in print and ebook formats at our store. Read on!
Dearest Reader, the autumn and the high-flying winds are upon us, and we’re chuffed to share this painting by Matt Prater, Flyover:
This painting originally appeared in SC 7.2, available as an ebook. Read on!
We’re happy to share today from our collection Collecting by W. Jack Savage [>>]:
This image originally appeared in SC 5.2. Support the artist, support the arts: issues at our store (full color ebooks), and subscriptions thisaway. Read on!
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Today’s share comes at an opportune time, a time of opportunity, to consider what is a nation, the nation or nations, how they may unite or cleave irreparably, how they might speak a common tongue. Here’s Martin Porter‘s flash “Dictionary, or the Scattering of the Nations“:
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