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Posted in 2021

Two Deep Breaths: Like This, For a Reason
Geffrey Davis begins his poem “Like This, For a Reason” with a question: how do we show kindness when we’re […] Posted December 20, 2021
Canyon
Have you ever stood in a place that made you feel small? In a good way, I mean — the […] Posted November 29, 2021
Caitlin Dwyer Young An Interview with Caitlin Dwyer Young, 2021-2022 HARTS Writer-in-Residence
We are pleased to announce that Caitlin Dwyer Young has been selected as the 2021/2022 HARTS Writer-in-Residence. Along with the […] Posted November 28, 2021
Rachelle Nielsen with Artwork An Interview with Rochelle Kulei Nielson, HARTS 2021-2022 Artist-in-Residence
From my first question, Rochelle Kulei Nielson gently shifted my focus. I arrived at our interview ready to talk about […] Posted November 28, 2021
Erinn Kathryn, Heart of the Navajo Indian Country (Gallup, NM), 2019, handmade wooden box, 3 panes of glass, unique screen print, vintage postcard, 3.5” x 5.5” x 1.5” Erinn Kathryn: Lands of Enchantment
Paragon Arts Gallery is proud to present Erinn Kathryn: Lands of Enchantment A window exclusive exhibition of large dioramas challenging […] Posted October 25, 2021
PCC Theatre Presents: The Odyssey, A Play on Zoom
The Odyssey  A Play on Zoom by Homer, adapted by Patrick Tangredi  Fall 2021 Join us for a fun, evocative live […] Posted October 9, 2021
Alchemy 2021 Launch Party Alchemy (Virtual) Launch Party: June 8th at 6:30pm
Posted May 29, 2021
Two Deep Breaths: The Bellwether Review 2
Continuing our series of poems selected by student editors of PCC’s literary magazines, here’s another post from the 2021 editorial […] Posted May 26, 2021
Two Deep Breaths: The Bellwether Review
Continuing our series of poems selected by student editors of PCC’s literary magazines, here’s a post from the 2021 editorial […] Posted May 11, 2021
Two Deep Breaths: Alchemy
Continuing our series of poems selected by student editors of PCC’s literary magazines, here’s a post from the 2021 editorial […] Posted May 5, 2021