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RUNAWAY PARADE ISSUE ELEVEN, OCTOBER 16, 2011

back country \bak kun-trē\ 1. A sparsely inhabited rural region. A remote and undeveloped area. syn. hinterlands


The Lotus Eaters

HILLARY GIACOMELLI
Woodblock Monoprint on Rice Paper
24 x 39 inches

Shanghai 2011
JASON WANG
Nonfiction: WiFi is everywhere, even underground. The architecture is keen and colorful. If you summon the fuwuyuan, he'll take your order on an iPad.


Untitled
HANA FRUCHTENICHT
Oil on canvas
40 x 50 inches

Bowlines and
Half Hitches

SAM BRYANT
Fiction: Fumes drifted here in the back of Bridwell’s barn, vaporous moonshine pouring through copper pipes filling the space between the two men.

Search Party
KATHLEEN FRANCES
Poem: some stark sentences are muttered now
didja hear about/I guess they found him
words I would not have chosen
to be the last muttered about me

Soon
BEN KOENIG
Poem:
Fangs of moonlight
cut out of the blackened wood,
pale, wavering, stone bright,
an evening breath that spotlights the hour.


Untitled
EMILY DUNNE
Mixed media, Post Card
5 x 4 inches

Projections
ELYSSE PREPOSI
I regularly come close to it, brushing up against its borders without ever quite diving in.

 

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Skip To My Lou
PATRICK METZGER
Poem:
The dust is different
And we dance.
The moon pulls the land here
Just as it pulls at the sea.

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