0321-2022

Published on Mondays, with columns by Artists and Writers
Published since 2002, an Ocean and Pounds publication

 



CHEEZ
by Fiona Smyth

 

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Greenwood
by Kai Chan


Study #3 pencil on paper

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Terrain, Little Red Riding Hood, Rosetta

 

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Caffeine Reveries
by Shelley Savor

 

 


Leaving

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The Photograph
coordinated by Kamelia Pezeshki

 

 

cantaloupe, tri colour gum print by Kamelia Pezeshki

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Poem a Week
by Gary Michael Dault

 



Let Life Pass
 
“There’s just one thing that unites the lot of us—we easily take fright.  Rouse our fears and we’re human.”
       --H.M. Tomlinson, The Snows of Helicon (London: William Heineman Ltd., 1933), p.24.


 
let life pass
in deep
unexpended
quiet
 
let days
bark in silence
like muzzled
dogs
 
let time get old
while we stay here
dying by a river
at the river’s pace


 

 

 

ART LOGBOOK
by Holly Lee

 

1

Andy Gent's stop-motion puppet collaborations include Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs (2018)
https://www.ams.london/showreel

 

2

Mario Radev (short animations)
https://www.marioradev.com

 

Aotearoa
by Madeleine Slavick 思樂維


infinity vine

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ProTesT
by Cem Turgay

 

From the Notebooks (2010-2022)
by Gary Michael Dault

 

From the Notebooks, 2010-2022.
Number 129: Ukraine: The First Crocus, Ragged but Resolute (February 2, 2022).


 

 

Travelling Palm Snapshots
by Tamara Chatterjee

 


France (March, 2022) – It's been an interesting week, being back in the ancestral lands. Clearly things have changed, France is still struggling with its politics, its protests and restructuring due to the pandemic. We took the train into the city centre, peregrinating past the new facade admiring the distorted reflections of the art nouveau architecture across the street on our way to lunch at Chez Gladines.

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Taking Notes
by Jeff Jackson


“ Male Deer (statue) “, The Ringling Museum of Art Courtyard, Sarasota, 2020.

 

 

Digital Collage
by Louis Fishauf


GEEKY

 

Leaving Taichung Station
by Bob Black


406 Dream of Taipei


“…the mind has mountains. Cliffs of fall.”-Hopkins

:
rain like autumnal licking and the cold wind gallops down from the mountains as loosened earth
the divesting of the name your were once given
and still the old man sits at the bar at peace bowed over the end like a brass coin slowing its spin down
and the green rain spilling of verdant dreams.

We bare lives as light crushes us and cherries us toward a drown g love.
We survive,
all

Broke into a frame of the cocktail’s Edwardtime
And the ghost picking at the speakeasy’s rusted door window, a square heart
That ghost who understands aggregate love: our blooming genome
Picked apart and abloom.

His chrysolite hair lost amid the algae of the gutter from which the moon awakens as the clock round the bend of its homegoing.
And there, damp and lost, stood stood
You




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