Murch’s painted dust can be so tangible you feel compelled to wipe off the picture.
The poems of Cody-Rose Clevidence are shot through with a sense of nature’s vitality and with the possibility that the numinous, even the divine, may inhere in that nature.
The Second Half: Forty Women Reveal Life After Fifty is a celebration of the strength and insight of women from across the world.
Portrait of a Thief imagines what would happen if some overly confident 20-somethings proved the life of museum objects isn’t as clear-cut as it seems.
After her closest friend leapt to his death, the poet recorded her memories of him every day for a year.
100 Churches of Venice and the Lagoon by Alejandro Merizalde features religious temples from every corner of the Italian city and its islands.
A suggested reading list from Red Planet Books and Comics highlighting Native American literary work.
Translations of Rumi raise questions not only about faithfulness to the original but also who is or is not entitled to try their hand.
Contemporary politically committed poets have made a cottage industry of agonizing over the question of whether their Leftist bona fides actually make any difference.
By the time of his death in 1992, at age 49, Luigi Ghirri had taken some 2,000 pictures in Puglia, most of which have never been seen publicly.
Rich in sensations and ideas, Running Falling Flying Floating Crawling uses unexpected juxtapositions of text and image to offer both antidotes to the mundane and passageways to the profound.
Judith Schalansky breathes life into buildings and places that have faded from the collective consciousness.