September 30, 2022

“Never Still” by Patti Smith

Never Still Travel is its own book.Images we have captured in film, in memory, form its leaves.That when turned, reveal a story of a life.We long to add new pages.We long to explore.We long for… Continue Reading

September 23, 2022

“Dor” by Nathalie Handal

Dor We walk through cloudswrapped in ancient symbols We descend the hillwearing water Maybe we are dead and don’t know it Maybe we are violet flowersand those we long for love only our unmade hearts… Continue Reading

September 16, 2022

“In the Meadow” by Ameen Rihani

In the Meadow The shadow of thy curls I see          Upon thy lovely face;And just a little wish is mine—          The shadow to embrace. On thy black… Continue Reading

September 9, 2022

“Holy Cosmos” by Nathalie Handal

Holy Cosmos We’ve been told spaceis like two dark lips colliding like science fictionit outlines a small cosmos where fear hides in a glowwhere negative space becomes a place for wishinga constellation of hazy tunes… Continue Reading

September 9, 2022

“I grow little of the food I eat…” An email by Steve Jobs to himself

An email from Steve Jobs to himself Steve Jobs, the American entrepreneur best known as the co-founder and driving force behind the technology company Apple often wrote emails to himself to capture what was on… Continue Reading

September 2, 2022

“Perhaps the World Ends Here” by Joy Harjo

Perhaps the World Ends Here The world begins at a kitchen table. No matter what, we must eat to live. The gifts of earth are brought and prepared, set on the table. So it has… Continue Reading