by Kathryn Walat
JUL-AUG 2014 | Theater
When Laura Easons play premiered at Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, she was asked to contribute to the companys blog to promote a piece that delves into the intricacies of intimacyand self-promotionin a cyber age.
by Sid Gershgoren
NOV 2016 | Fiction
Contrary to the original mythology practiced by all currently organized topologists (and typologists), the Mobius Strip, that extension of mathematical ingenuity, was not invented after the appearance of the animal which most required it, which most brought it forth as a working example of what many call “binding wholeness” (or, in other contexts, “blinding wholeness”), that singular example of exemplary living and dying, a creature of only one extended message, The Inverted Owp.