Issue 10

“You can look at a picture for a week and never think of it again. You can also look at a picture for a second and think of it all your life.”

THE GOLDFINCH, Donna Tartt

The Intersection of Romanticism and Ignorance

The Intersection of Romanticism and Ignorance

My Visit to the Road to Tara Museum The title is stenciled in black on the all-white wall of the Hattie McDaniel exhibition at the Road to Tara Museum: “Mammy—Beloved Myth of the Old South.” The scene it refers to is squeezed between the history of the Battle of...
“In the Garden” & “Intervention”

“In the Garden” & “Intervention”

In the Garden I work under the wispy sky, planting azaleas. The earthy, fertile smell and the wooden shovel weight take me to a different day. I had a window seat and leaned my forehead against the glass, watching the newly sprung fields pass. A trailer, a house, a...
City-Nature

City-Nature

This is the same marketplace where Diagon Alley from the Harry Potter movies was filmed, but it is more than a tourist attraction. It is a beautiful cityscape. I named it “City-Nature” because this picture captures the ironically natural beauty of a city. I don’t...