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Winter 2007





The Prayer by Leslie Marcus


The most ordinary word, when put into place, suddenly acquires brilliance. That is the brilliance with which your images must shine.

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Neither beautify nor uglify. Do not denature.

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Silence, musical by an effect of resonance. The last syllable of the last word, or the last noise, like a held note.

Robert Bresson, Notes on the Cinematopgrapher
(Trans. Jonathan Griffin)





poets, writers & artists


Arlene Ang           Michael Boettcher


Bob Bradshaw           Jeannine Hall Gailey           Christine Hamm


Edward Higgins           Collin Kelley           Leslie Marcus


The Best Films


Joan Mazza           Christopher Mulrooney


James Owens           Marge Piercy           Barbara Jane Reyes


Susan Terris           Gerhardt Thompson





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