I first laid eyes on the artwork of Joanna Hoge as an undergrad at Saint Louis University. The deliberate and concentrated lines in her ink-based drawings instantly captured my attention and continue to haunt me to this day (in the best of ways).
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Posted on September 1, 2014 - by Stephanie Smith
I sit on the porch, dangling at the tip of a humdrum afternoon I cling for dear life on the edge of an espresso cup I flex my thoughts I stretch and bend like the light in my eyes and learn physics by osmosis beneath the glaring gloom of the sun Where does […]
Posted on September 1, 2014 - by Gary J. Whitehead
Up to the black and light-riddled surface, they rise, shaking out of nowhere, as memories do from their depths, uninvited, merciless and buoyant with uncertainties. Tonight, seeing one noiselessly appear in the breaking lines of a full moon’s bright writing, yards from the dock, I remembered your hair on a night when we were […]