Monthly Archives: March 2017

A Beauty of Seeds–What Have You Done, Monsanto?

A Prose Piece by Nayeli Guzman as told to Beverly Bell Damn, I should have brought my beans! I wanted to show you my collection. One of my favorites is called powami, a Hopi ceremonial bean. There’s a really beautiful … Continue reading

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AN OWL OVERLOOKING AN EMPIRE OF RUIN

A Poem by Korea Brownstein –Based on a sculpture created by Mayo Turner while serving time for bank robbery. The three dimensional piece is made from rope, wooden sticks and velvet on a plywood frame. Empty eyed Tall tale signs … Continue reading

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Sunset over Chemical Valley

A Poem by M. Lapin Once I listened to a poet (but I cannot remember her name or the title of her poem) who wrote lines about Cincinnati using the Yellow Pages, the names of corporations, factories, the outpouring of … Continue reading

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2,4-D

A Poem by Gloria Stevens 2,4-D (2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid) is a common herbicide found in Agent Orange developed by Monsanto and Dow Chemical and used around the home and garden. Here is how you grow rich: plant 2,4-D everywhere letting it … Continue reading

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