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Issue 10 – Summer 1999

Issue 10 - Summer 1999





Cover Art & Artist

Dancer by Jazz-minh “This self portrait was done to break free of the formal constraints of painting at the art school, and to express another art form that is important to me—dance. I deliberately chose not to include the face because it usually takes over the focus of a painting. I wanted this to be about the dance, not the dancer.

“I am interested in the intensity of emotion that comes through dance. Like music or painting, dance is a language with its own vocabulary, subtlety and expression. Often, these languages of the arts communicate an idea or feeling more directly than words can. I love how these different disciplines complement one another.”

Jazz Minh Claire Moore is a student at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle.

Summer '99 Issue 10

Of Humility and Greed
by Tom Duffey

Star Wars Vs. Real Wars
by John Rude

Leaving Home: For Binos, In Memoriam
by Ness Mountain

Kaliyuga, Choo, Choo & Part 2 & Part 3 & Part 4
by William Benz

Dreams of Kindness, Love and Grace
by Carolyn Berry

Torture In The American Gulag & Part 2 & Part 3 & Part 4
by Tom Cahill

Departures & Part 2 & Part 3 & Part 4 & Part 5
Fiction by Geronimo Tagatac

Transformation Found In A Broken Foot
by Stuart Watson

Parenting At The Future's Edge
by David Spangler

Intuitive Decision-Making In An Age of Chaos & Part 2
by Paul O'Brien

Starry Eyed
By Spyrit

Email From Portland
by Kerul