Call for Submissions: Nourishment

Dear Readers and Collaborators, Winter is a time when, at least in cold climates, we are challenged to intentionally consider what we need to feel happy and healthy. It’s a season when nature can feel more threatening than nurturing. It’s dark. We get cooped up. In addition to seasonal fatigue, human beings sometimes create obstacles…

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Migration Sense: Nambie Dambo Guy

Interview, photos, and translation by Rebecca Bacon Ehlers Cet article est bilingue. Pour lire une version en français, s’il vous plaît faites défiler la page. Migration Sense is a new segment that explores places and transitions through the lens of the body and spirit. Each issue features an interview with someone who, for one reason…

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Murderous Hunting

by SOMDA Wafaama Armel            Since time immemorial, hunting has been part of human beings’ activities. Until now,  it is still there, however,  it may differ depending on the place and the rules set. In some areas and more specifically in Africa, hunting is much more than just an activity for fun,  but a tradition. Hunting is a kind…

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When I See a Flower Dying

April Zhu, When I see a flower dying I see a boy crying, 2016, 35mm film photography “April” Yueyi Zhu is a Chinese student pursuing a new media BFA at Penn State. She also has experience in curatorial practice, music and photography. She is trying out everything art students can do in America: going to gallery…

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