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

            * Mural capture via Woodlawn, Chicago, Illinois 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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Poetry from K.C. Fontaine

A Slow Suicide I. the pakistani painter’s studio a shrine to her lost self the finer things glossed resistance depressed days blunted nights II. the darkest corner of her dust-laden studio whisper brighter daysze.

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