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In this issue sculptor Ann Weber moves to LA. We talk with the man behind the Tenderloin Art Institute, Jeremiah Jenkins. Steve Georgiou remembers poet/sage Robert Lax, Thomas Merton's old friend. Aryae Coopersmith takes us back to meet the singing rabbi, Shlomo Carlbach and Susan Vorbeck writes about the honorable work of being a seamstress. [more]


Issue# 34               Nov 2017

Enough, Not Enough

Table of Contents

From the Editor

Enough, Not Enough
A Conversation with Anne Weber

Portfolio: Diane Ding

What is Art For?
A Conversation with Jeremiah Jenkins

Remembering Robert Lax
A Conversation with Steve Georgiou

Holy Beggars
Aryae Coopersmith

Cotton and Silk
Susan Vorbeck

Return to the Mother
Red Hawk

Conjure Woman
Cindy Hawkins Legoretta

Indigo Animal
Rue Harrison

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