FGM: FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION-PART
I by B. A. Robinson
The unkindest cut and stitch of
them all -- and why it turns men on.
JIM MORRISON: THE REPTILIAN THAT
GOT AWAY by Serge Gamache
The highway to the end of the night
leads to Père Lachaise.
CORMAC McCARTHY AND FREEDOM by Michael
"Nothing remained of the poblanos
save this charred coagulate of their preterite lives."
READING THE ENCYCLOPEDIA DEMENTIA
by David Solway
If Joyce isn't your choice, you
owe it to yourself to find out why.
SIX DEGREES OF JAZZ
In the morning bright Kevin Breit
is the banjo on my mind.
PAULO RAMOS by Diane Gordon
It only gets better when you mix
the half moon over Rio with a double shot of jazz and samba.
A VIEW OF NATURE by Karel Sloane
From buttercups to reflux, everything
is in a state of flux.
By GRAEME MACKAY
Why Paul McCartney's seals are singing
All You Need Is Love.
THE SEA GULL by Phillip Routh
There was no faith to be found floating
in the wreckage: the gall, the Gaul.
ON THE ROAD IN PERU: THE RENT-A-CAR
WAY by Robert J. Lewis
The guide books said don't, he said
can do, and did it, in Peru -- a highway feast for the eyes.
SAMSARA by Hana Benveniste
What’s more important -- satisfying
a thousand desires or conquering just one? Enlightenment the
THE ART OF ROSEMARY SCANLON by Lydia
What’s in a face? When you
can see what's invisible you'll know what to paint.