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Girl on Girl

by Matt Sutherland

The premise here is simple, yet its importance is impossible to overstate—men gazing at women creates a toxic environment, and male photographers have always posed their female subjects to please men, perpetuating a narrow expression... Read More

Book Review

Vinyl Freak

by Amanda McCorquodale

This celebration of vinyl speaks to the transience of pop culture and its intersection with everyday lives. For twelve years, music critic, curator, and collector John Corbett immortalized records that never made it as CDs, in his... Read More

Book Review

Tending the Fire

by Rachel Jagareski

Felver’s portraits, and excerpts from Native American writers, emphasize the interconnectedness of Native communities. Three generations. Ninety-six authors. Thousands of years of ancestral wisdom, imagery, and lore. That’s what’s... Read More

Book Review

The Protectors

by Matt Sutherland

Law and order, peace and prosperity, these are key elements of that fragile thing called civilization. Here in the US of A, few among us have experienced anything but, and most of the heavy lifting of a functioning society is borne by... Read More

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