Daily Archives: October 14, 2016


Outside the gates of the Jewish cemetery, by Stephanie Ellis Schlaifer

    cumulus congestus. Bottle glass, cigarillos, sparrows fighting over Cheetos. Things pile up. Turn-of-the-last-century stones set cheek by jowl: Mandel, Lillie, Tillie, Lester. So many children. Every day, I read their names from the road. One stone set by a scrubby pine abuts the unfilled field. I follow the […]


Magical Thinking: A Conversation with Michael Martone by Kristina Marie Darling

    Michael Martone was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where he learned at a very early age, about flight. His mother, a high school English teacher, read to him of the adventures of Daedalus and Icarus from the book Mythology written by Edith Hamilton, who was born in Dresden, […]


Patricia Cronin

  Shrine for Girls: A Micro-Interview with Patricia Cronin by Elaine Sexton   A Note from the Artist on the Future of this Exhibit, Shrine for Girls: Originally conceived as site-specific sculptural installation reflecting on the global plight of exploited women and girls for the 2015 Venice Biennale inside the […]