Runaway Parade
     
RUNAWAY PARADE ISSUE TWENTY-SIX, JUNE 1, 2012

repair /riˈpe(ə)r/ v. 1. Fix or mend (a thing suffering from damage or a fault). 2. Go to (a place), esp. in company. n. 1. The action of fixing or mending something. 2. Frequent or habitual visiting of a place: "she exhorted repair to the church."

Solomon
Pots and Pans
TESS CUTLER and JOSIAS CASTORENA
Story and illustration

Too Fast
AMY DUPCAK
Fiction: He peed off the balcony and dressed like a robot. He was jealous of his little brother’s birthday parties, so his parents gave him presents too.

Lisa and Eric
with the Chinese Waist Drum

LISA CHODORKOFF
Video: Set, in an old Hutong in Beijing, Lisa and Eric are given a chinese instrument to work into their blues tune. In an age of Chinese development where demolition is more common than repair, the duo play deeply felt music in a deeply felt setting advocating for a future of cultural collaboration and reflective urban planning.

The Life Cycle of A Frog
JUDITH CHRIQUI
Non-fiction:My father holds a piece of paper so tightly it shakes. He is standing over his great grandfather’s grave. “David Derhy Bar Zohora was buried here,” he says.


County Breakdown (Department of Human Services)

MOLLY RECTOR
Digital Photograph, 23 x 23 inches


Meat Ray
EMILY DUNNE
Mixed Media, 9.5 x 7.5

parade ground


 

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