Archive for January, 2014

A daring experiment, The Exhibit (Hyacinth Girl Press), by Lauren Eggert-Crowe, might intrigue you, if you’ve ever loved—or suffered the illusion that you had. As Eggert-Crowe specifies early in the sequence, “We had been thinking the exhibit was about love, but it turned out to be something else.” And yet, The Exhibit holds many images of love and many references to it. Imagine visiting the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History crossed with a carnival funhouse, where the museum docent has read your diary. (more…)

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