When a stone

  By Gro Dahle (translated by Erik Skuggevik and Deborah Dawkin)       What comes first? Where does it start? When does a move begin? A thought? A word? A voice?   What sets it in motion? When does a stone begin to roll? What starts the launch of an avalanche? Or the fall of a… Continue Reading →

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WAGING BEAUTY AS THE POLAR BEAR DREAMS OF ICE Av Daniela Gioseffi   i. There’s a blueprint to butterfly cocoons stored in genetic memories. Only our imaginations can save hummingbirds as the polar bear dreams of ice. Infants’ cries hold social systems together. We wake to dictatorial slaughters of babies, hungry people’s haunting swoons. Bloody… Continue Reading →

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