Feminist Artist Judy Chicago addresses aging and death as the final taboo in her upcoming exhibit at the NMWA.
The answer is yes—and she must. Clinical psychologist Cecilia Dintino talks about the importance of overcoming the void.
Photographer Aneta Bartos talks about her new series, “Family Portrait,” and why art should always make us uncomfortable.
A review of Lisa Russ Spaar’s fifth poetry collection, Orexia: “love has stories not mine to know/ or ever tell.”
To go as far as she can, and yes, to be a little disgusting too, is the project of Sharon Olds “Odes.” The poems dig deeply into the thrilling un-loveliness of aging, made lovely by her classic, single stanza poems.