The Fourth River

Viewing: January, 2018

Tributaries, The New Nature: “After the Gayborhood is Gone”

By on January 31, 2018

Selected by Ira Sukrungruang By Barrie Jean Borich   When the lingerie and sex toy store with sharp-dressed mannequins moved in around the corner, Linnea and I had high hopes for the neighborhood. The second story storefront had a show

Tributaries, The New Nature: “Outlanders”

By on January 24, 2018

Selected by Ira Sukrungruang   By Dheepa Maturi   I remember a mangled mallard, a blotch of emerald, a blur of brown on the dirt road, and though I’d been told never to touch a bird because they carry diseases,

Tributaries, The New Nature: “What Remains”

By on January 17, 2018

Selected by Ira Sukrungruang   By Nicole Robinson   Near the edge of Lake Erie a common tern skims the shoreline for small fish. Behind me the marsh is golden brown with only buds of green. Migrating warblers flutter their