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This land I watch over / is a place with old stories / and plant medicine. / It is earth a mountain lion walks . . .
When there’s only enough light in the hall
to imagine a heaped shirt is the cat, to see
the books stacked on. . .
“That a really accurate calculation or estimate may not exist, that the procedure is pure guess-work, or simply traditional. . .
The little-known law that has shaped black history in the United States.
Rethinking inscrutability in two recent festival hits.
Short fiction by Asher Dark.