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  • When I Look Into the Mirror and See You: Women, Terror and Resistance

    Chapter 1 The Prism: Women’s Human Rights
    Language evokes, describes, communicates. But language can also be used to obscure and mislead. It can be used to kill. Today’s political discourse, cynically manipulated, often does just that. Nowhere is this more evident than when speaking of (...)

  • Hunger’s Table: Women, Food & Politics

    Grape Pie
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    This pie calls for 4 cups blue grapes and asks that skillful fingers slip the pulp from their skins. It requires you cook the lush mass until its seeds loosen, and begs you keep your fantasies in check.
    Press cooked pulp through a colander to remove but save the seeds. Your (...)

  • Into Another Time: Grand Canyon Reflections

    The Lens Frames this Image
    The lens frames this image then lets it go as I slowly sweep walls that move in the opposite direction faster than my camera can do its work.
    Panning space but also time: centuries of buildup, millennia of sedimentation, uplift, intrusion, deposit, erosion, (...)

  • Where They Left You for Dead / Halfway Home

    Androgynous and very beautiful,
    they list your qualities among those others: patron saint of healers and of fish, master (and mistress?) of rivers. Doctor, hunter, fisherman, fisher woman or both, god or goddess of the gatherers, one who lives in water and on land.
    We prepare your meal: (...)