By Devon Balwit *This poem was written in response to the above artwork. I Just Had to Give You Back to the Sea 30×40″, mixed media on gallery canvas Lorette C. Luzajic www.mixedupmedia.ca ** Devon Balwit writes
By Urvashi Bahuguna A whale fall is the carcass of a whale that has fallen to the ocean floor, & that sometimes creates complex, localized ecosystems supporting deep sea life. We have learned to hold the drift in our jaws, seaweed breathing from a blowhole. We are the ocean trying one hand at perpetuity.
By Carrie Laben It’s one of the most laid-back forms of fortune telling. No special potions or smokes required, no messy entrails, no cards to shuffle and no tea cups to rinse. Just tip your head back and look
By Karen J. Weyant The road near Benson Pond is always littered with roadkill. Twisted deer legs lie tangled in weeds, dead raccoons are knotted in cattails, and mounds of porcupine quills puncture the air. There’s matted fur and
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