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Volume 32 no 3 Jan/Feb 2018

In this issue:

Daniel Nanavati on how to use humour to close down the politically correct debate

Dhyano Angius, performance artist and philosopher, has the SPEAKEASY.

Chris Cutrone, School of the Art Institute, on why the Millennial Left is dead.

Derek Guthrie on why he left Chicago (interview with Paul Germanos)

Miklos Legrady on the celebriy chase Jerry Salz.

Tim Shaw, sculptor and writer, on his life in Cornwall (interview with Derek Guthrie)

Darren Jones, our New York reviewer takes time out to extol the scene in Dallas.

John Link, contributing editor, on the Expanded Print show at  Western Michigan University.

Liviana Martin on the altar piece, The Adoration of the Shepherds by Pietro Vannucci

Pendery Weekes looks at the recycling of bicycles in China – from the air.

Stephen Lee on Martin Puryear at the Parasol Unit

Scott Turri on the Mattress Factory’s 40th

Steve Luekcking on Anne Lindberg at Carrie Secrets Gallery

Mary Warren on Rebecca Warren at Tate St Ives inaugural show for the new gallery extension

and much more.

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Delia Donahue

Is the Writer’s Meeting on March 17 in Penzance that I read about in Twitter open to all writers? I’d be coming down from Exeter to attend.


Elizabeth Tyson

I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate your magazine; I find it so refreshing!

Scarlett Thompson

Has anyone else seen this work? It’s from Donna Festa’s link here, but I found quite profound, this amazing woman dancing with a handkerchief.