Runaway Parade
     
RUNAWAY PARADE ISSUE FORTY-EIGHT, MAY 16, 2013

liminal /ˈli-mə-nəl/ adj. 1. of or relating to a sensory threshold 2 barely perceptible 3 of, relating to, or being an intermediate state, phase, or condition : in-between, transitional <in the liminal state between life and death — Deborah Jowitt>.

Source: Merriam Webster Dictionary

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Over the Rim
JINA SONG
Poem: It rained yesterday, Dad.
Thinner, more graceful
than Korean rain, 

The Smile
IRVING GREENFIELD
Fiction: Dr. Martin Kohl’s emotional meter registered a null; he knew it and was unsettled by it. He loved his wife, two sons and grandchildren and a few other people outside the family.

Here
DANIEL ROGAN
Poem: 172 miles from Los Angeles,
6 miles from home— I mean,
where I've been for a while now.

Desde Luego
AYDASARA ORTEGA
Paper collages


Metes and Bounds (Backyard)

HILLARY GIACOMELLI
Etching with spit bite aquatint

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And So It Goes
AMY KELLY
Mixed Media
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