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People often ask, how do you find these amazing people? I don't know how, but I do. Irene Sullivan and Taya Doro Mitchell are perfect examples. Sullivan is a photographer, nurse practioner, priest, scholar and student of women shamans in arctic peoples. Taya Doro, well, you'll just have to read the interview. Read them all. Andre Enard's, too. Each is so different and each equally amazing. Each reflects some facet of travel to inaccessible places. How can one get to such places? Not by the usual routes. The rest of the issue is terrific, too.


Issue# 16               April 2008

Towards Inaccessible Places

Table of Contents

From the Editor

A Conversation with Irene Sullivan
Understanding of the Heart

David Tomb: Birds Portfolio

A Conversation with Andre Enard
Toward Inaccessible Places

Enrique Martíz Celaya: Guide

Prophecies: Kathleen Cramer

The Dumpster
by Meredith Sabini

A Conversation with Taya Doro Mitchell
Keeping Your Hands Moving

Laurie Seagel:
A Man Impossible to Classify

Moving On: Thoughts on Art Left Behind
by Paul Van Slambrouck

Art of Living
2 Smile Card Stories

Rue Harrison
Indigo Animal


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