The elephant collapses, shaking the ground, his rhythmic breath coming in “long rattling gasps.” The officer fires again.
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Ysabella Luikart is a third year Environmental Chemistry major at SUNY ESF. These photographs were created for Anne Godfrey’s LSA 496 class, as part of a final project in which the class tackled current landscape issues and how the future might be impacted. The landscape issue behind this particular set of photos is the human [...]
Our art is focused on exploring the systems and institutions that dominate the popular narratives of nature. In other words, we look at what and who counts as natural and what doesn't. We want to re-examine the language and outlook used to characterize the natural in hopes of making a more fruitful and more just [...]
Long, wide pass of the blades, across glass and built-up snow-gut.
Allene Nichols lives in Dallas, Texas, where she teaches at Richland College and at the University of Texas at Dallas. She is an avid traveler and always travels with her camera. Her photos have appeared in Lifting the Sky: Southwestern Haiku and Haiga. Her poetry has appeared in many journals [...]
What does it mean to be alive?
Google, find growths that are pale and stringy, that looked like fat hairs the one time he let you see them.
We drive through the parking area and continue down to the pond. There’s not another soul anywhere to be seen or heard.
Another week had passed since her hair progressed from green to blue to indigo, and she was sent home to await violet, the final shade.