Fallen Fruit plants trees and maps communities, creating a radical beauty outside art-historical taxonomies
In Christina Rossetti's poem Goblin Market (1862), a virgin enters the sexual marketplace and buys her own body.
A (light, quiet, fruitful) ekphrastic poem by Lena Moses-Schmitt, prompted by Cézanne's "Still Life with Apples" (1898) (cylinder, cone, sphere).
The banana as a marker of former oppression and government destabilization: American advertising, retail imagination, and colonial empire.
Ancestral foodways in the hand movements of Old Fez cooks
The 2018 school workers' strikes are the first sign of spring for the labor movement, a beginning harvest in a long winter of American austerity.
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