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Summer '99 Issue 10

Of Humility and Greed
by Tom Duffey

Star Wars Vs. Real Wars
by John Rude

Leaving Home: For Binos, In Memoriam
by Ness Mountain

Kaliyuga, Choo, Choo
by William Benz

Dreams of Kindness, Love and Grace
by Carolyn Berry

Torture In The American Gulag
by Tom Cahill

Departures
Fiction by Geronimo Tagatac

Transformation Found In A Broken Foot
by Stuart Watson

Parenting At The Future's Edge
by David Spangler

Intuitive Decision-Making In An Age of Chaos
by Paul O'Brien

Starry Eyed
By Spyrit

Email From Portland
by Kerul





Cover Art & Artist

Dancer by Jazz-minh
“This self portrait was done to break free of the formal constraints of painting at the art school, and to express another art form that is important to me—dance. I deliberately chose not to include the face because it usually takes over the focus of a painting. I wanted this to be about the dance, not the dancer.

“I am interested in the intensity of emotion that comes through dance. Like music or painting, dance is a language with its own vocabulary, subtlety and expression. Often, these languages of the arts communicate an idea or feeling more directly than words can. I love how these different disciplines complement one another.”

Jazz Minh Claire Moore is a student at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle.

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