Issue 60: Spring 2008
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“The architect Louis Kahn once said that even a brick aspires to be a part of something greater than itself, and the idea is a nice one if you appreciate the transcendental power of architecture, how a building can tap into the sublime.” — Paul Reyes, “Death of a Building”
Sarah M. Broom visits her unloved childhood home. Chris Bachelder navigates selling his home for the first time. Keith Pandolfi explains Gaston Callum’s mission to resurrect old homes through photos.
Fiction by Jack Pendarvis and Michael Knight. Other contributors include Karen Russell, Stella M. Čapek, Jeff Baker, William Caverlee, Kate Sweeney, and more.