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COYOTES by Bill Burtis

Credit: wikimedia commons On a cold, crackling full-moon-lit night I clamp on skis and glide out across the solid reservoir before tracking up the pure moon-pearl slope of snowfield toward the dark curtain of trees and stop just short of the woods. Warmed in the climb, I survey the pale landscape the few intrepid stars […]

ILLUMINATIONS by Vivian Wagner

ILLUMINATIONS by Vivian Wagner

  I’ve always wanted fireworks to be more than they are. So a sphere, why not a tree, with branches cutting high into the night? So a cascade of stars, why not a writhing serpent? So a burning sapphire ball, why not a volcano, rupturing? The industry has names for its effects: ring palm crossette […]