Issue 37 – Nonfiction


Art As Healing Magic: Hans Breder’s Chakras by Donald Kuspit

Art has long been understood as a kind of magical, wishful thinking, and it is no more magically wishful—and hopeful–than when it is made in the desperate belief that it is healing, above all that it can heal the suffering body, or at least anesthetize both viewer and artist to its pain.



Review of Lee Slonimsky’s Bermuda Gold by Harry Steven Lazerus

An engaging new private eye has sprung from the keyboard of Lee Slonimsky, a poet and hedge fund manager.