Runaway Parade
     
RUNAWAY PARADE ISSUE TWENTY-SEVEN, JUNE 16, 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."

Infestation
INAS AL-SOQI
Mixed Media, 11 x 16 inches

Mitt Romney's Backyard Barbecue
SAM BRYANT
Fiction: Romney stood in the middle of his supporters, his body engaged in handshakes and hugs, a smile hardened on his face to appease a battery of photographers releasing a salvo of flashes. He felt dizzy and it reminded him of the only time he’d taken a drag of a cigarette.

Solomon
In Hiding: Interview with Endel Uiga
GWEN RUELLE
Video: Endel Uiga, who had been trained as an officer for the Estonian Reserve, avoided deportation by hiding in an abandoned building. In this interview, he tells the story of being in hiding for months, waiting for the Germans to reach his hometown in northern Estonia.


Feeding the Hand That Bites You

MARSHALL PRATT
Spray-Paint Stencil

An Afternoon in Tahrir: I
ANNI ZHU
Nonfiction: The brief, blurry minutes left me with memories fragmented by the bustling activity, as piecemeal as Sharif's subway conversation: men sitting idly on cardboard playing cards; a half-burnt pile of still smoking trash in a corner; boys in bright red fez caps hawking chai.


Like a Patient, Etherized
Upon a Table
HANA FRUCHTENICHT
Linoleum block print, 11 x 8.5 inches


Page from my Sketchbook
EMILY DUNNE
Mixed Media, 8 x 10 inches

parade ground


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