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Esopus 21 (Spring 2014)

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Artist’s Project: Leslie Wayne

By Leslie Wayne

"11 Ways to Start the Day," 2014

 

Submission #790532

By Michael Arad

The story behind the 9/11 memorial as told by its designer

 

September

Poem by Chantal Bizzini

First in a series of poems by the French poet and translator

 

Artist’s Project: Stephen Eichhorn

By Stephen Eichhorn

“Cat Sampler,” 2014

 

Modern Artifacts 14: Imagining Possibilities

Introduction by Michelle Elligott

Contents from the never-published second issue of a legendary journal

 

Artist’s Project: Thomas Nozkowski

By Thomas Nozkowski

“Near the Little Stony Kill,” 2014

 

Analog Recovery 4: Starry Night

Photographs by Dennis Stock

Stunning photographs of the 1954 premiere of A Star is Born

 

The Disenchanted City

Poem by Chantal Bizzini

Second in a series of poems by the French poet and translator

 

Art for Art’s Sake: Sketchbook by Otto Mühl

From the Getty Research Institute

A transgressive figure finds inspiration in a surprising source

 

Artist’s Project: Penny McCarthy

By Penny McCarthy

“Time Will Darken Paper,” 2014

 

Into the Night

Poem by Chantal Bizzini

Third in a series of poems by the French poet and translator

 

EARLY WORKS: KENNETH LONERGAN

Interview with Kenneth Lonergan

The playwright's youthful novels inaugurate a new series

 

Notes on Everyday Africa

Essay by Emmanuel Iduma

An artists’ collective takes to the road in the name of art, culture, and pan-Africanism

 

ESOPUS 21 AUDIO COMP: TRANS-AFRICAN MIX

Introduction by Emeka Okereke

A “mixtape” by the founder of Invisible Borders

 
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Press sheets at the Esopus 21 press run

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176-page issue features an essay by 9/11 memorial designer Michael Arad.