We rounded up January’s art & poetry for your enjoyment!
“Kim Stanley Robinson’s Ministry for the Future is one of the better CliFi books.”
“These are some really solid choices that would be hard to bump off my favorites of 2021 list.”
“Ian Martin’s second book, Aphelion, launches July 17 at Adventures Underground.”
“In 1960, Elizabeth Packard was involuntarily committed to a mental asylum by her husband.”
“Pan Am is an awesome mashup of worker placement, market manipulation, set collection, and area control.”
Enjoy this collection of art and poetry from April!
“The way through this pandemic and to brighter future is _together._”
“The Vagina Monologues explores the sacredness and beauty of women's bodies.”
“I hope the audience comes away with a sense of excitement and shock!”
Enjoy this monthly round up of Art and Poetry
What was the best of 2021? Here are your picks!
“Get out to the movie theater for one or all of these late-year releases!”
“The Mid-Columbia Mastersingers present a program celebrating the music of Chanukah”
We rounded up November's art and poetry for your enjoyment!
We’ve rounded up October's art and poetry for your enjoyment!
“Sol y Sombra is my eighth full-length album of original songs, and the third album that I wrote and recorded entirely here in Richland.”
“Art making is an exercise in world building — of manifesting ideas into reality.”
“Am I happy I bought it?: Yes! It’s a really quick and casual game that gets faster with repeated playthroughs.”
“I would describe my work as trying to capture little moments of light...”
“We rounded up art and poetry from our May 2021 issue for your enjoyment”
“Creating paintings from dozens of component cards results in beautiful little creations that almost make composition more enjoyable than scoring.”
“In Quacks of Quedlinburg, players take on the role of snake-oil salesfolks and hucksters trying to create the most powerful potions.”
Enjoy art and poetry from the January 2021 issue
“Less than a block away from her house He’s been following me from the bar Why didn’t I pretend I lived closer Every turn signaled, speed in check, I can make it...“
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