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 May 1, 2013 - by PF Duda
as i drive to work in a rag tag pickup truck, shifting and shifting the gears rolling and rolling, i glance to my right over the swamp as a white-blue sky breaks over the rain-laden landscape, voluptuous black swirling eddies of water dangerously high. but only for a moment as a sharp curve of road [...]
Posted on May 1, 2013 - by Sy Roth
Squeaky crawls the moon’s light Falling briskly against the chinks in the window Uneasy sleep A voluble accompaniment to An out-of-work cello. Scooting, crawly insects beat against it With a frenzy of scrawled brevity Tattooed on its soft shell. Horns bleat somewhere in the inky distance. Town criers bellowing news to a somnolent [...]