A Monologue A Movement A Monument

Caroline Kent

A handshake at the entrance, an embrace beyond the gate
A candle flickering in time to a metronome. A plumbline set according
to the convictions of one’s soul. A movement becomes a monument. A monument is a monologue.

 

 

 

the wave of the hand, utterances

 

 

Contents

Reflections on New Spaces
Devin N. Morris

Shambhavi Kaul
Interview by Rini Yun Keagy

Sexts 1–3
Sophia Le Fraga

And in Sudan, A Famished Food Culture
Omer Eltigiani and Leena Habiballa

A Monologue
A Movement
A Monument

Caroline Kent

Bodies Out of Place
Chaun Webster

Hearth
Fin Simonetti

Christopher Harris
Interview by Dorothy Berry

Rumors of Affluence
Monira Al Qadiri

Empathic Creatures
Barbara Kapusta

A Manifesto
Nora Chipaumire

Contributors

Issue 11

Issue 10

Issue 9

Issue 8

Issue 7

Issue 6

Issue 5

Issue 4

Issue 3

Issue 2

Issue 1