"It’s… weird. And wonderful. And heartbreaking. And sometimes cringy."
Enjoy this collection of art and poetry from the July 2023 issue of Tumbleweird
Take a look at the art and poetry featured in the June 2023 pride issue!
”In order to confront our racist past, we must learn from the people we have wronged.”
“I wonder if your hands are still mourning doves waiting to be freed… I wonder when mine started expecting to be caged.”
“The 15th Annual Tri-Cities International Film Festival (TRIFI) will kick off on Friday, October 13, celebrating 15 years of showing independent national and international films”
“PerplEXIT brings live action puzzle rooms, escape game adventures, and team building activities to the Tri-Cities.”
“Ravadi writes about how we can discover Divine Grace through the stillness of silence.”
"Erica Blaque’s debut novel, Among Wolves, qualified for the 2023 Anthony Awards as 'Best First Novel'"
"Writing becomes a coping mechanism to address the problem of belonging."
"Blackness itself is a gift from the heavens up above, from the highest sphere of the galaxy."
"Skyler Mendell is a fantastic jazz trumpet player originally from Richland. The Skyler Mendell Sextet recorded an album which was just released in May."
“Every aspect of this festival has been presented in love, and we hope you can feel it when you are here.”
“Nothing happens when we are standing still.”
“It is an evening of spoken word, music, and small group conversation that moves through the life experiences of a soldier in country, then of the veteran coming home, and then of love and loss.”
We rounded up January’s art & poetry for your enjoyment!
“Ian Martin’s second book, Aphelion, launches July 17 at Adventures Underground.”
"You do not belong here, do you?"
“Most people are probably unfamiliar with Margaret Brundage who was ‘Queen of the Pulps’ and the first woman science fiction, fantasy, and horror illustrator, starting way back in the 1930s.”
Philip E. Harding’s exhibition of rope work will be on display at the Gallery at the Park August 29–September 30. The artist reception is Sunday, September 10, 1–3pm.
“It [Arkham House] is an example of a small publishing company that had a mission to preserve a genre of literature and succeeded.”
“She wheeled to look at the Golden Paladin, sure her eyes were as large as a hill giant’s but unable to wrangle her expression into anything more professional.”
“I've been involved in the art scene for over 25 years now, and in all that time, I've only seen one disabled artist.”
“Black style is such an important part of American culture. It is the seasoning that gives everything more flavor.”
"The Golden Paladin deduced that Merlin was not only targeting Arthur with the mana-storm, but directly attempting to kill her."
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