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Where Bluebirds Fly by Brynn Chapman

Synesthesia #1

Description⎮Reviewed May 2016

Narrator: Karen Krause
Length: 6h 36m
Publisher: Ronna Hochbein⎮2014

5 ★ Audiobook⎮ I’ve thought long and hard about this and can find no reason not to award this book five stars. 578 more words


A Night at the Symphony

Last night my wife took us to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for a performance of Gustav Mahler’s Das Klagende Lied (The Song of Lamentation).  So, you can bet we were in for a happy night just based on the title of the piece.   818 more words


Deaf and Dumb

I almost lost my ears once. I heard synesthesia.

Loud noises breathed fire into my eardrums.

Or maybe it was the light.

Virtues are important, someone told me. 47 more words


Thoughts are Things: Bound Together for Good or Ill

AS human beings our lives and fates are often wrapped up in multiple paradoxes, which seem to be almost the defining characteristic of our species. … 1,541 more words

Psychology & Human Nature

Music and Memory: Security, Insecurity and Why I won't stop messing with my own head.

Well, gentle viewers, I’m back. Did you miss me? Did you even notice I was gone? Well, I am back, and this post has been churning in my head for a while now, so buckle up and sit tight; I’m about to get weird on you. 1,393 more words


I have always had issues expressing myself. I love writing, I love art, I love the idea of expression. Yet, it has always been a struggle for me. 474 more words


"Bodies," "Another Failed Poem about Unrequited Love," and "Synesthesia" - Poetry by Lauren Milici

“Bodies,” “Another Failed Poem about Unrequited Love,” and “Synesthesia” are three  darkly sensual poems by Lauren Milici featured in our Spring 2016 issue.

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