Tag Archives: Southwest Field Studies in Writing

GUEST POST BY JACLYN SIPOVIC

  THREE ROADS TO ALTAR VALLEY Part I November 2020 by Jaclyn Sipovic   My car had no radio. The air conditioning no longer worked. The week prior I opened the windows to get some air and now they would no longer close. There were leaks in every line I could no longer keep fixing. […]

GUEST POST BY KATERINA IVANOV

  THIN PLACE   October 2020   by Katerina Ivanov     INTRODUCTION I spent the course of this adapted Field Studies program in my hometown in Florida, so naturally when I tried to write about borders and inequalities and violent spaces, I could only think about how they manifested in my life. I found […]

GUEST POET BY HANNAH REGO

  OF BORDERS AND THE POWER OF STORIES October 2020 by Hannah Rego   If you’re reading this you probably already know something. About “The Border,” I mean. You probably use the words colonialism, neocolonialism, systematic, oppression, state violence. Maybe you even say imperialism. Maybe you even say empire. The best thing you can do […]

GUEST POST BY LOGAN PHILLIPS

    SOWING SEEDS IN A SUMMER OF PLAGUE August 2020 by Logan Phillips     The quail calls and coyote yelps wake me. The summer dawn comes so early, and with it, this chorus of wild sounds near and far, around my tent. Work won’t start for another three hours, so I roll over […]