By Jessamine Batario
MAR 2020 | Editor's Message
Intellectuals love to walk in the woods. They reach a clearing and their minds clear, becoming receptive to the ideas that sprout on trees. The clearing I wait for signals the proximity of the next lake. Tall trees in my peripheral vision give way to an expanse of the most transparent lake water Ive ever seen. The portage ends, I cast off my pack, I sit again.
By Nicholas Forster
OCT 2019 | Film
The process of identification is at the heart of Gilberto Perezs posthumously published book The Eloquent Screen: A Rhetoric of Film. Perez writes that audiences identify with more than characters, we identify with an action, a situation, an emotion, a motive, an interest, a point of view, something the character represents.