Issue 15: Winter 1997
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“I don’t think it’s in any way about an ultimate definition. Art never should be. The worst thing you can do with art is close it down, make it mean one thing. One of the reasons great art endures the centuries is because it is open.” — Curt Richter, photographer
Essay by Barry Hannah, The Dreamworld by Donald Roller Wilson, Fiction by Deno Trakas and Lewis Nordon. Photography by Curt Richter.
Columns by Michael D’Orso, Nicholas Dawidoff, Beverly Lowry, Eric Ormsby, and others.