“She was the Angelina Jolie of wolves.” So said one of Yellowstone’s biologists of the gray wolf they called the ’06 Female, to whom Becca Lowry dedicated RIP 06 (all works 2014), one of the six sculptural pieces exhibited in her first solo show.
In flash fiction.
An essay about, interview with, translations of the Romanian poet Dan Sociu available in Summer issue. Pick up a copy in the UK or order online.
48 hours in Baja.
BI is an architectural publication featuring contributors of different generations, backgrounds and views. A theoretician, a professional in their 30's, a young designer just starting out, an architect who has done almost everything...
A conversation with the pioneering director about how a plagiarism scandal and an arts-organization takeover sparked a clash in Romanian politics—and how it may lead to reform.
An excerpt from Dan Sociu's second novel Special Needs (Polirom, 2008) was published in eXchanges, a University of Iowa publication devoted to literary translation.
An excerpt from Dan Sociu's celebrated work Urbancolia (translated by Oana Marian) appears in THE WALL IN MY HEAD, edited by Words Without Borders and published by Open Letter Press.
“Living Differently, Beyond Economic Crisis.”
A new installment in the ongoing series, Repossessing Virtue, bringing the voices of Speaking of Faith listeners into the conversation they've been building online and on-air since the economic downturn began last year. Many are grappling with the shame that comes in American culture with the loss of a job, and many are seeking community in old places and new. For some, economic instability — a kind of life on the edge — is not new. They've been cultivating virtues of patience, self-examination, service and good humor that might help us all.
Photo credit: Gary Leonard
Oana Marian interviews poet, novelist and radio commentator at the Los Angeles Public Library, in the ALOUD LA Reading Series.
To view the ALOUD calendar for other readings and events go to: http://www.lfla.org/aloud/index.php