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Reflections on the (wild) culture of aging. OF A CERTAIN AGE, a new series by Maere Sage.
Silvered Winter: Great Hill, New York City
A landscape is never more quietly intimate with us than in the light-spell of winter fog. By Whitney Smith.
Helmut Newton: women, sexuality & the sublime
When it comes to erotic photography, one artist makes it easy to divide the men from the boys. An appreciation by Cylla von Tiedemann.
Up close with one’s large shy neighbours
Somewhere out back there is someone thinking about me. Prose and poems about the wild lives of others. By John Hicks.
What should we do at the end?
Rituals in the preparation of leaving a loving world. By NOK&T.
Nothing is forever, except love
Two brave artists and lovers rise to the challenge of speaking to us, and for us, about imminent passage from this life. By NOK&T.
A local hero's calm power
By the sheer force of his talent, character and muted leadership, Masimba Kadzirange's inspiration was indelible in his community. By James Cullingham.
The Inside and Out of Loving
A suitcase stuffed with one long life, Pennsylvania's great river valley and a walk into the temptation of night. Poems by Melanie Simms.
In Praise of Brief Dramatic Forms
Passing time in the wild, Venus & Cupid are drawn to a culture of sweetness and pain. By Gary Michael Dault.
Twice a week for how many years?
In part 2 of our series Of A Certain Age: some surprising revelations while tracking the mating habits of the wiser and more experienced. By Maere Sage.
'I’ve changed. I was bad. I love you.'
Little windows (AKA flash fiction) of poison ivy welts, sex with his brother, plain pizza and nuances of moisture and mud. By Marianne Rossant.
Little Windows: Our New Short Prose Series
A quartet of very short fiction pieces — framed imaginings, retrievals, yearnings — that reveal a larger world. By Marianne Rossant.