Heavy Feather Vol. 7
7in W x 10in H. 151 pages. Black & white. Cover by Daniel Torraca.
Features inaugural AWW Fellowship Best-in-Show winner Ashely Adam’s short story “What the Water Told Us”. 162 more words
Kim Stanley Robinson’s Mars trilogy is a monumental sci-fi classic.
It’s also kind of a slog.
With no central narrative arc beyond the ongoing political, economic, and ecological evolution of human settlement on Mars and a rotating cast of narrators whose lives on the red planet range from the mundane–hydrologists, yay!–to the, well, also mundane–desert nomads driving around rovers, yay!–the colossal 700,00o+ word opus never quite aspires to page-turner status. 566 more words
SOUNDTRACK: SOUNDTRACK: STELLA DONNELLY-“Talking” NPR’S SOUTH X LULLABY (March 19, 2018).
The South X Lullaby is a really fun way to get to know a new (or familiar, but mostly new) artist in an intimate live setting. 564 more words