Category: Craft

Reckoning Space

It is a tremendous collision of possibilities and impossibilities. The blurry density of saturated darkness and the eruption of light embedded into the silky skin of Mylar speak to the opposites that exist in us all.

Stalagmite Sculptures

I was inspired to make these sculptures after visiting Drach Caves in Mallorca, where stalagmites and stalactites seemed to resemble groups of people. While I was surrounded by this nature-made art, I wanted to emulate nature. Stalagmites are created by the dripping of dissolved calcite over thousands of years; this is what moved me to make these sculptures using the drip method.

Artist Arisa White: Father Can You Hear Me?

For a few years now, working on a collection of epistolary poems, addressed to my estranged father, I’ve been pronouncing epistles like “epistols.” It is

On Writing “Empty Cases”

The following is a guest post by Spring 2013 fiction contributor, Sarah Seybold. As I worked on “Empty Cases,” I didn’t think of it as

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