By Nalu Concepcion “Combine your waking rational abilities with the infinite possibilities of your dreams, because if you can do that, you can do anything.” – Waking Life. Waking Life is a film separate from all others. Its rich insights … Continue reading Should I Watch This Movie?
By Emma Eisler My aunt gave me Blue before I was ready. Eight-years-old, wide-eyed, and string-bean-gangly, I didn’t know what Joni was singing about, didn’t feel it in my skin. She sounded sad, like she was feeling something very strongly … Continue reading Portrait in Blue
By Stephanie Tom i. waterbending, the element of change “they have a sense of community and love that holds them together through anything” They’d be at the park every Saturday morning, gliding slowly through practiced tai chi sequences as my … Continue reading HOW TO WATERBEND: a beginner’s guide to mastering the four elements
By Emma Eisler 1. cornflower as a child, i press fingers to my neck and search for gills, widen my eyes in the mirror – irises sea-blue like captured pools of water. in the bathtub, i am seal-slick and mermaid-lovely. … Continue reading blue notes
By Zahavah Rojer Continue reading Which Blue Spring Flower Are You?
By Ana Penavić Cento compiled from Troubadour Logic written by Brent Terry, and from The Bijak of Kabir translated by Linda Hess Son of a slut! there’s no hope: I’ve burned my own house down. A dumb man illumines “I’m … Continue reading Quaranteen Blues
Written by Tilda Wilson & Illustrated by Magdalena Wilson Continue reading Celestial Housekeeping
By Alyssa Anderson Continue reading Quarantine Boyfriend: Jacob or Edward?
By Olivia Bono First, you’ll need some perspective. “Once in a blue moon” isn’t a real length of time like a fortnight, a score, or a tick. What we think of as “blue” is just the second full moon in … Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to the Moon and the End of Everything