In this age of digital. editions (which I support enthusiastically) I somehow received two copies of the latest issue of Conjunctions. Perhaps I should donate one copy to a novice reader who has not yet discovered the excellent writing represented in Conjunctions each quarter.Continue reading “States of Play”
It’s here. Edited by Bradford Morrow, the 75th Issue of Conjunctions titled, Dispatches from Solitude.
Continue reading “Dispatches from Solitude”
While plagues have historically fostered every kind of loss—of freedom, of livelihood, of hope, of life itself—the isolation of grim eras such as the one we are now experiencing can also provoke introspection, fresh curiosity, and, with luck and mettle, singular creativity. If necessity is the mother of invention, so can deprivation generate art that might not otherwise have come into being, the constraints of sequestration thus giving rise to many voices and visions.