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Empty Stoops

By On February 6, 2017

And he aches for them, his children, as his mind fills with them… Read More

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Possible, Crazy, Mind-Bending Realities

By On January 29, 2017

Open your mind, and possibilities that once seemed inconceivable emerge. It's a wild, soul-bending adventure.… Read More

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Cartoon Metaphysics: The Trickster, The Teacher, & The Eternal Struggler

By On January 23, 2017

Not so looney lessons worth more than peanuts.… Read More

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WATCH: “What To Tell The Children” by Rachel Kann

By On January 22, 2017

A new video from Rachel Kann, directed by Rahat Mahajan with music by Dave Lewis.… Read More

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New-Style Inauguration

By On January 18, 2017

I’m seeing bald eagles tendering their letters of resignation, unwilling to be guilty by association.… Read More

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When My Son Hits Me

By On January 9, 2017

A mother's poem about her son's mental illness which, at times, leads to aggressive episodes.… Read More

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Eviction Notice

By On January 4, 2017

A poem from Rachel Kann… Read More

Guest Post

I Am Unapologetically A Covered Woman

By On January 2, 2017

From the stories of the women of the Hebrew Bible I learned that I am not only me. I am a collection of women. Covered and free.… Read More

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It Is 2017. But What Is “It”?

By On January 1, 2017

We're always talking about "it." It is glorious outside. It is a shame. But what IS this "it"?… Read More

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Joseph, At The End Of History

By On December 29, 2016

The mystery of a single choice.… Read More

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