Vol. 1, Issue 42

“If you’ve done terrible things, lived a terrible way, profited from pain in the face of history’s power to judge, then guilt and loss accrue. . . . Those were times that required choosing a side—and then, sooner or later, history asks, which side were you on?”

Charles Frazier, “Varina”

Clinchco | Photography

Clinchco | Photography

Clinchco This shot was taken right outside the Binns-Counts Community Center in Clinchco, VA. October in Appalachia is overwhelmingly vibrant, and along many roadside rivers like this one, the color spectrum is laid out over the bank, forest, and sky. (Click on the...

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