by Kyle Francis Williams

Elle Nash

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“I am thinking about the body a lot and all of the time. The body is where the story starts.”

Vesna Maric

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Perhaps this is Fate, in that our interdependence is inescapable, that we always affect each other.

Forsyth Harmon

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“Illustrated literature hasn’t really been popular since the nineteenth century. I would like to open the discussion around that form again, to see what we can do with it.”

Exposition / The White Dress – Nathalie Léger

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Nathalie Leger’s triptych is a balletic interpretation over the line between fiction and criticism.

Megan Cummins

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“Even more than I ever wanted to write a book, I wanted to have health insurance.”

Elisa Gabbert

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So a good way to make myself write an essay is to nurture and cultivate a small obsession. Like a Chia Pet.

Joni Murphy

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How could the alpaca consciousness not be affected by all this?

Karen Solie

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“Things that have happened are tangibly still happening, whether we know it, accept it, or not.”

Mary South

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“I don’t want to let these things just glide by; I think we can learn from our current digital age through art and being in conversation with it.

Kathryn Scanlan

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“A story is whatever I say it is.”