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Precision Incision

C.J. nudged me. “Look at how this artist, Samira Yamin, has cut into newspaper and magazine articles. It’s like she’s turning parts of these scenes of war and destruction into lace. I don’t know what it means, maybe something about … Continue reading

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Lexie Kahn Fears No Art

I jammed my hands into the pockets of my trench coat as C.J. sent his sky-blue Leaf slaloming down the 101 to the 110 and the 105. Would the turbulence of the planes landing at LAX blow the agile little … Continue reading

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Lexie Kahn and the Fear Factor

What was that clip, clip, clip, clip in the hallway outside my apartment? It could only be Pom-pom, Mrs. Martinez’s Pomeranian. I gasped, realizing that in my dither over the hollyhocks I had dropped the box with the remains of … Continue reading

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