Daily Archives: June 14, 2015

Editor’s Foreword by Christopher Kondrich

  “Being in a human body calls for rapture. Movement calls for community,” writes Yanara Friedland in a beautiful passage from Pilgrimage: Das Bild verwaister Welten. Friedland—who traversed the boundaries of Europe in her grandfather’s footsteps, and who chronicled the phenomenological and spiritual transformations that occurred throughout—is speaking of the […]

Mythos by Linda Cooper

    One ancient night, blue-black across a lazy stalk of horizon, a moon was kidnapped and replaced with a plate—clink— like a milk bottle on a stoop. This story is an infant in a cradle of glass. I haven’t begun to tell you about the gilded warriors who turn […]