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… paired with a powerful poem referencing Icarus.  It can take a while for the free version of the 52 page journal to load but it is worth it to start from page one and work your way to the end.  This Fall 2015 edition of Dirty Chai Magazine is filled with beautiful art, creative nonfiction, fiction and poetry.  As the editor Azia DuPont notes in her opening letter there are a number of sensitive pieces dealing with tough topics chosen “not for their shock value but for their humanity.”  As always I am honored to have one of my photos selected to share the page with such works. Enjoy.

https://dirtychaimag.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/dirtychaiissueviiifall2015.pdf

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I’ve written about and shared pictures on this blog from my walk along The Causeway, a stretch of road dating back to medieval times in Steventon, Oxfordshire Village, England.  The road begins in the village Green and ends at a church.  One day I followed the path determined to find the church.  Eventually I did and of course I took photos.  One of those photos of the church appears in the Winter 2014 Issue of Dirty Chai Magazine.  The issue’s theme is adventure.  Here it is, hot off the press, a beautiful collection of words and images.

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Foliate Oak is one of a growing number of quality online literary magazines.  Great content and visuals.  It is an honor to have a series of images, Making Pasta, selected to appear in the current issue.  When you have a chance, please take a look.  Just click on the image below.  Given that the chef who made the pasta told me he intends to make no more, well, that makes me especially glad I captured the moment.  And it was tasty too.

Making Pasta Series

Making Pasta Series

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Steve Hands for Vine Leaves Literary Journal Issue 8

Steve Hands for Vine Leaves Literary Journal Issue 8

The best part about having been given carte blanche to use his words and my images of him however I choose … well, it is just so much fun to say out of the blue, “Hey, Steve, guess what?  There’s a picture of your hands appearing in a magazine next month.”  He pauses, takes a deep breath and then says, “So, when did you take this picture?”  And I get to make statements like, “Oh, don’t you remember that afternoon you were peeling shrimp and we were talking politics?”  Anyway … 😉  His hands are paired with a vignette in the online and print publication, Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Issue 8.  As explained on the journal’s website, a vignette is a word that originally meant “something that may be written on a vine-leaf.” A snapshot in words.  Here’s a link to the freshly launched issue filled with great brief reads and a wonderful array of images.

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