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Grey drawing of a left hand, palm up

Sea-Bands™

I got them first to navigate the waters/ of pregnancy, so I could ride the subway/ without gorge rising, without feeling faint.

Deep Throat

Whistleblowers, according to Fred Alford’s study, do not achieve redemption. They are not, in the majority of cases, acknowledged as heroes or truth tellers. Whistle blowing is rather an act of self-sacrifice, a suicide mission.

Moon phases against black background

The Moon Landing & Its Aftermath

In Rilke’s great poem, “Statue of an Archaic Apollo,” the poet articulates the moral statement which the wonderfully wrought torso proclaims: “You must change your life.” Is this the message of the modern Apollo? And if so, how is it we must change?