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In the Unwalled City

By Robert Cording Essay

Memories—so many people say, “You’ll always have your memories.” But even though my son died almost three years ago, memories of him are almost entirely painful. They are not Wordsworthian “recollections in tranquility,” but sharp stabbing pains that arise out of nowhere.

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By Will Brewbaker Poetry

every morning / the choice. How much. / Whether or not to. / And always the same / decision made

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By Joshua Garcia Poetry

My mother used to tell me to talk without using my hands…. People will think you’re something you’re not, she said.

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In the Studio

By Preeti Vasudevan Visual Art

An artist’s role is to awaken all senses so that we are truly alive and active… Physical connection, especially in the performing arts, is essential for creation.

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