A collection of all the articles we’ve published this month for people who like to savor their magpies’ tidings as an issue.
Letter from the editor, November.
“I found him on a cold day in a slow spring.” New flash fiction from Dez Walker
Know your place: Some thoughts on three beautiful “kitchen sink” films.
Aren’t we surrounded by noise, loud music, excessive parties and gatherings, all so as not to listen to the silence, the inner silence of our loneliness?
Enough is just what we need, and all that we can ask. Enough money to live, enough food to eat, enough strength to carry on from day to day, and enough humor to enjoy it all. If nobody had too much, then everybody would have enough.
Suggestions to enhance your daily drawing experience–keep your notebook ready and your pen filled!
You can tell that things happen in this place because it feels like you’ve been there, and that’s the bones of an engaging narrative. I call it a heartbeat.
It speaks to the things that aren’t said. There’s a story that’s not being told, which adds a layer of interest to the pieces