Photo by Flickr Creative Commons user ellevalentine
January 29, 2016

Nick me, cut this tongue’s
thin anchor, heat the nail head

red to white

reviewed by Andrew Willis
January 23, 2016

Small Backs is not a traditional work, but an experimental, semi-autobiographical intellectual journey. In it, we often don’t empathize with the characters, but use them as the medium through which to consider ideas and philosophies. 

Photo courtesy of Digital Commonwealth
January 21, 2016

Entering town on the bridge over the Willimantic River, you see giant sculptures of frogs on thread spools.

Photo by Chris Kelsey
January 20, 2016

The wind off Lake Superior snapped at us, and we were going to have to sequester ourselves in the rental a bit. Yet, it was beautiful. It was freeing.

Photo by Vic Rawlings
January 16, 2016

Vic had been making periodic trips to learn from Lee Sexton, a vital link to the iconic sound of old-time Eastern Kentucky banjo playing, with a sound all his own.