ShortsWaiting for Warhol
Margarita Meklina. A story of memory, longing, and empty autographs.
Instructions for Becoming a Book Artist
Nikki Thompson. Humorous essay about the complications of explaining oneself.
Erica Lemley. Chronology of a family game and loss.
MM Wittle. A woman comes to terms with life and friendship.
John Palen. A boy considers morality and contrasting fathers on a fishing trip.
Christine Tierney. A mother and daughter perceive a memory differently.
The Poet in New York
Miriam Sagan. Coming of age as a poet in New York.
Reading Young Avengers
Eric Tran. A gay man longs for love like that of his favorite superhero.
Colors in the Sky
Mira Desai. A newly divorced woman refocuses on her passion for photography.
The Minstrel's Song
Mira Desai. An older man makes a difficult decision about moving to India.
Aleithia Burgess. A shopping trip down memory lane.
Richard Olsen. A mysterious leak.
After the Cabaret
Susan Rukeyser. A rustle of a skirt of leaves.
V.A. Smith. A solitary moment in Portugal.
Nicola Lane. A peek at two lives.
Luz Marina Ruiz. A luminous tunnel book made of paper.
Belinda Chlouber. A pair drawn, a scene collaged from handwriting.
Son of a Financier
Shelton Walsmith. Painted, altered, and collaged.
Jaime Robles. Leaves with words on a wall.
Holly Simonsen. Poem created from a page from This Was Logging!
Maxine Chernoff. Perceiving time and connections.
Daniel Aristi. Imagination of lost youth.
Clinton Inman. Denied, accepted, or actively challenged.
Desirée Jung. Language and identity. The mirror of "Sonhos Perdidos."
Desirée Jung. Identity and language. The mirror of "Lost Dreams."
I blew you a kiss
Bekah Steimel. Journey of a kiss.
Charles Thielman. Crow or game?
After the Storm
Charles Thielman. A moment between.
Charles Thielman. Sudden brightness.
Alastair Johnston. An atmosphere of contrasts.
A Brief History of Animation
Glen Armstrong. Little mannequins, personalized.
Howie Good. Surreal events and a woodchuck.
Sharyl Collin. A special father.
Nick D'Annunzio Jones. Subjective existence.
Nick D'Annunzio Jones. Aging out of a century.
Jaime Robles. The landscape of loss.
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