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Taylor Benson is an artist and illustrator who currently resides in the city of Tacoma, Washington.
This rhythm is to us what the blues is to you.
The navel lint warming a cold index feels me.
Consider reduction—the five turkey vultures
making sleek dark circles above the field
this morning. They hunt by smell,. . .
said the case was in the bag,
open and shut, they said
he was black, there was a gun,
or gun plus black equals. . .
Two new books reveal the meaning latent in the junk we collect.
A brief history of ExxonMobil’s climate change denial.
“I like to watch the pictures.”