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Essay: “The Seedbank of Mount Sutro,” by Elizabeth C. Creely

By on May 26, 2014

  Mount Sutro, a hill in San Francisco, is difficult to characterize. At 908 feet, it’s a very tall hill that comes close to being a small mountain. (Another 92 feet, and it would have that distinction.) Many hundreds of

Essay: “Adhering,” by Nicole Parizeau

By on May 15, 2014

Slime (vb.) In part, from the Greek linere: to daub, besmear, rub out. Erase. A fresh and robust slime trail can trap a rolling dime. On a crepuscular sidewalk, from a certain angle (you’ve seen this), a snail trail glows