Runaway Parade
     
RUNAWAY PARADE ISSUE TWENTYONE, MARCH 16, 2012

grassroots \grasˈroots\ n. 1. the common or ordinary people, especially as contrastedwith the leadership or elite of a political party, social organization, etc.; the rank and file. 2. the agricultural and rural areas of a country. 3. the people inhabiting these areas, especially as a political, social, or economic group. 4. the origin or basis of something; the basic or primaryconcept, rule, part, or the like. Source: dictionary.com

Blue
HILLARY GIACOMELLI
Etching with Aquatint

Black Ball
JESSE HIMMELSTEIN
Online Game

Bittersweet Pathway (Duarte Pond)
RUTH KIRCHMEIER
Woodcut Print
Own Your Grave
SAM BRYANT
Fiction: Jim brought his boot down on the dog’s neck. It crunched as bone met wood; the front porch bowed from the weight.“That will teach you. I warned you, if you came back I’d own your grave,” Jim said.
Par For The Course
SARAH KING
Nonfiction: Trees on a golf course are like children whose parents hire an entourage of au pairs to primp and polish them from the time they don Burberry diapers to the moment they leave home.
The Man in Front
ANDREW BAILEY
Fiction: The drum pattern that had been playing on the radio when he turned it off still lingered in the back of his head as he watched Mags cross the street like a frightened monkey.
Meditation on Progress
MOLLY RECTOR
Poem: The patient is fifteen, and she wants to forgive.
It is some trick we professionals think.

Lady With Horses
MARSHALL PRATT
Black and white silver gelatin print


Spring Planting
HANA FRUCHTENICHT
Acrylic and mixed media on coffee table

Untitled
JASON FAIRCHILD
Oil on wood with driftwood

parade ground tumblr

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