The Lightning Room with Suzanne Farrell
Interview by Brian Kornell Suzanne Farrell’s essay, “Listing to Love,” which appears in the July 2013 issue, catalogs love and loss with a focus on all the little things we can love. 1. Name your own executive staff of PITA. A. Ann Coulter B. James Joyce C.
Literary Flaneurs: Michelle Bailat-Jones
A guest series curated by Jeffrey Condran. Project intro here. *** by Michelle Bailat-Jones 1. At the top of the toes, above the slender metatarsals and those little phalanges, sit three small wedge-shaped bones—the cuneiform bones—that help to create the arch of the foot. 2.
[REVIEW] Pact-Blood, Fever Grass, by Miriam Bird Greenberg
Ricochet Editions 31 pages, $10 Review by Chris Caruso Miriam Bird Greenberg has hitchhiked over ten thousand miles, worked as a deckhand on a catamaran, and is a daughter of a goat raising anthropologist. These life experiences freed her from a topography that defines location and self as fixed and static entities.