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Poetry from Kahlil Crawford

How To Disrupt A Startup * Startups do not own The monopoly on disruption Startups are composed of people – – People disrupt startups Startups disrupt industries Industries disrupt societies Societies disrupt truth – What is Truth? Truth is nothingness Because startups come and g(r)o(w) Just like people – Most startups g(r)o(w) Into nothingness – […]

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Essay from Kahlil Crawford

GREEN MOUNTAIN I’ll never forget my first adult glimpse of Lake Champlain and New Hampshire’s White Mountains. The sight captivated me to the point of postponing my trip to Montreal, so as to explore the state of Vermont – a spacious museum of pristine nature and “New English” culture. Being a Chicagoan curious about small-town […]

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Poetry and Photography from Kahlil Crawford

THE SPIRITUAL HOME of American Wanderers hugs the Pacific Coast; Taking hold of you, for awhile, beyond His Majestic Glory.. As life wanders thru us, our environment returns a critical gaze – reminding us that home is no destination.

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Kahlil Crawford interviews 48blocks.com founder Leland Ware

One of my early literary/skating influences was 48blocks.com founder Leland Ware. Leland was a bit more cosmopolitan than most of us; and you’d be hard-pressed to come across him doing anything unrelated to writing/skating in some way, shape or form. I reached out to him recently to see what’s up.. KC: Sup man, it’s been a minute […]

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Kahlil Crawford reviews Lisa Stalvey’s memoir Food, Sex, Wine and Cigars

  A renowned chef, Lisa Stalvey spent the past eighteen years of her life penning her independently published cookbook-to-memoir, Food, Sex, Wine & Cigars. A raw, experiential self-reflection; FSWC, to me, is more than a mere book – it is a Movement. Lisa embodies the literary risk-taking often absent today – a reality she, certainly, can relate to […]

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Prose from Kahlil Crawford

MENDOTA BLUFF ‘I have ceased to question stars and books; I have begun to listen to the teaching my blood whispers to me.’ -Redbone proverb In 2008, I was informally introduced to the business world in a Saint Paul, Minnesota café: As a creative Artist with an extensive not-for-profit background, I was found to be an asset to […]

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Synchronized Chaos November 2017: Embracing Change in a World in Flux

Our world, on a small and large scale, is constantly in flux. Many things around us are more complex than we realize, even our own psyches. Several contributors illustrate people’s extensive, often nonlinear, thoughts, reflecting the identities we are constantly creating and forming. Xuan Ly’s prose and poetry points out how much goes on behind the scenes […]

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