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An Artist’s Guide to Herbs: Cloves by Harmony Holiday
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On resisting parasitic invasions—from the poisons in our soil, to toxic masculinity in the psyche.

Ligia Lewis by Catherine Damman
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The recent conclusion of the choreographer’s trilogy, Water Will (in Melody), employs mime, gothic imagery, and a Grimm tale, to consider entanglements of nature, the feminine, and blackness.

Reappear, Remind, Reverberate: Chelsea Biondolillo Interviewed by Erica Trabold
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The essayist on writing about birds to bridge thematic leaps from fathers to tattoos to cross-continental moves.

To Change the Shape of the Brain in the Heart: A Conversation by John James & Rob Schlegel
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The poets on their latest collections, the texture of language, and work that pulls the rug from under us.

Language as Hex: Gracie Leavitt Interviewed by Lindsay Turner
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The poet on her new collection and what it means to mess with, fuss with, break, and refresh language.

One Poem by Alli Warren
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When the sun goes down / The spirits come out / We huff on a pinwheel / And say it spins of its own accord / Rolling out the bins in saturated air / Oiling the slop to ease extraction / Accumulate, hoard, die, repeat

Three Poems by Allyson Paty
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In English the burning city / Hecuba dreams in my hand // Come man with cup / and hard-luck pitch // Upstream the brunch rush / shines upon our heads

Nature’s Nation: American Art and Environment by Louis Bury
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An exhibition looks at historical conceptions of nature in the United States. 

J.P. Sniadecki by Nicolás Pereda
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On occasion of Sniadecki’s current project, A Shape of Things to Come, the two filmmakers trade insights on “sensorial cinema” and working with reclusive desert-dwelling subjects.

An Artist’s Guide to Herbs: Psilocybin by Harmony Holiday
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The poetics of the microdose.

Entries from the Imagined Bestiary 50 Beasts to Break Your Heart by GennaRose Nethercott
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Yunes were human once. / They nursed babies and baked bread and made love beneath the shade of the willow tree. / Then they were drowned in the bog on the edge of town. / The marshlands kept them flawless. / Their skin tanned tight as a drum skin, sealing their spirits inside like caged dogs.

An Artist’s Guide to Herbs: Black Seed by Harmony Holiday
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With Nigella Sativa, we arrive at midnight together, to the intimacy that can come from mass hysteria. 

Feeling Changed: Rita Bullwinkel Interviewed by Lincoln Michel
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“I love titles that sound good in the mouth.”

An Artist’s Guide to Herbs: Blue Vervain by Harmony Holiday
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The black music of herbs. 

An Artist’s Guide to Herbs: Hawthorn Berry by Harmony Holiday
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Hawthorn is a plant that exudes the hospitality of an open heart.

An Artist’s Guide to Herbs: Sarsaparilla by Harmony Holiday
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“The blood of the thing is the truth of the thing.”

One Piece: (The Ray Lee Project Vol. 1) NDD Immersion Room by Rachel Lee Hovnanian
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The artist talks about reduced attention spans, nature, and being separated from our electronic devices. 

Three Poems by Diana Arterian
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Vast plates shifted littler ones / with constant sounds and heat terrible / Then there was a cleft and so a river

Productive Creativity: On Janina Wellmann’s The Form of Becoming: Embryology and the Epistemology of Rhythm, 1760–1830 by Catherine Despont
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Exploring the lost connection between aesthetics and science.

Portfolio by G. William Webb

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