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THE BeZINE: March 2017, Vol. 3, Issue 6, Science in Culture, Politics and Religion

March 15, 2017
Originally published on The BeZine site. Most of the links here will take you there.

The title of David Cooper’s book on Kabbalah invites us to re-think the Creator as Creating:  1,628 more words

General Interest

Interview with a creative technologist: Meet Nasir !

Nasir Yammama, Creative Technologist, Entrepreneur, and AgriTech Developer, is trailblazing agricultural change in Africa through technological innovation. His social enterprise “Verdant”, an AgriTech value chain company, aims to combat some of the challenges and obstacles faced by local farmers by providing market information, managerial support, and access to financial services via cutting edge technology streamed to smart and cellular mobile handsets. 1,963 more words

Inspiration

"PINK GLASSES (ALL THE COLORS)" by Thomas Osatchoff

Usually we think of things how they seem. We’re elastic bands though we may seem like human beings.

I like licking the white plastic torn pure from the top of white yogurt containers— 467 more words

POETRY

"A DIAMOND BIG AS A PLANET " by Thomas Osatchoff

with Michael Lemonick

Looking out from ideas mistaken for eyes for one another

is time: a weird diamond
sponge beard
getting harder and full of emptier, 194 more words

POETRY

WHO IS LUKA FISHER?

FEATURED INTERVIEW:

WHO IS LUKA FISHER?

A CURATED CONVERSATION WITH THE LA BASED ARTIST

BY ANNA UREÑA

Luka Fisher has been an unofficial patron of the arts for DRYLAND since its inception in 2015.

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Los Angeles

"Spring" by John Grey

the optimum time
for romantic/employment
opportunities

bird sightings

and pap smears;

if this is going to work,
I advise you to
bury yourself in fresh loam… 88 more words

POETRY

"Trying To Appear Tougher Than I Am" by John Grey

What you think you’re doing?
Peeking through a plank with a five inch-knothole.
Fake ID from three different states.
Sneaking into the old movie house without paying. 162 more words

POETRY