CURRENT QUARTERLY FEATURES
"Queering" Time with Daniel John Bracken
Thoughts on Liminal Photography
Unnatural Bird Migrator (The Operating System, 2020)
A Play Between Language and Translation
Featuring writer, poet, teacher Ariel Resnikoff on multilingual diaspora.
The Frequency of Trees and Warning Bells
Revealing the Invisible
Featuring Caroline Locke on climate change, sound fountains, the world of tree criers and tree bells.
The Great Zimbabweans
Forty years of Zimbabwe’s Independence
Voices from portraits of Zimbabweans by the photographer Hannah Mentz
Carving the space for Womxn Writers: Fizzy Sherbet Podcast and Plays
Illustration by Alice Mueller
Plays By and About Women
Featuring theatre director Lily McLeish and playwright Tamara von Werthern, co-founders of Fizzy Sherbet
Artists and Contributors
Photo by Gülce Tulçalı
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And Just Between Us....
Emerging Voices began three years ago this month. This is our twelfth issue. We’re pleased to continue to expand the nature of our offerings. Your interest as a subscriber provides a base of support for which we’re grateful.
March features the work of Caroline Locke addressing the climate emergency as an innovative interdisciplinary artist. Poet Ariel Resnikoff uses language to create bridges between cultures and individuals. Hannah Mentz celebrates Zimbabwe’s fortieth year of independence with portraits of forty of its citizens.
Lily McLeish and Tamara Werthern, co-founders of Fizzy Sherbet, a playwriting venue for women all over the world, talk about their project and provide readings from three plays, all available on podcast. Photographer Daniel John Bracken examines liminality and how ‘queer time’ influences his work. Once again, I reflect on my own life experience, filtered through the gaze of being an elder.
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Rose Levinson, Ph.D.