consider:

Again

 

encounter the imperative of renewal in this spring’s weekly series

photograph by Ravi Roshan

This Week:

it is your choice

Spring 2017

the issue

The Relevance of Revival

EDITOR’S APOLOGIA | The prefix, “re”, is among the smallest, but most significant units of our language. Latin for “again”, “re” allows us to identify the torment of regret, the solace of redemption, and the richness of remembering…

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Verse

Wake

a poem by
MIRIAM SAGAN | Teacher + Poet

Eternity

a poem by
CATHERINE HOPE SULLIVAN | Missioner + Poet

Procession

a poem by
ROBERT PENICK | Court Administrator + Poet

Visual Arts

Blessed Ossana

poem and collage art by
MARY MARIE DIXON | Poet + Visual Artist

Prairie Song

poem and enhanced photography by
JULIE KIM SHAVIN | Mother + Artist

Frozen Moments

photographs by
RAYMOND E. HULSE | Scientist + Photographer

Prose

Cold Water

a short story by
J. L. HIGGS | Banker + Writer


Sudden Conflicts

a new novel from Remembered Arts author, Gary Beck

 Youth. Ambition. Friendship. Intrigue. 


 

FINAL CALL FOR SUMMER SUBMISSIONS

Artists who wish to be considered for this summer’s weekly edition should submit their work no later than July 1st.

Thirst

a summer call for submissions

This summer, The Remembered Arts Journal will be exploring the art of thirst. We are seeking pieces that examine experiences of aridity, restlessness, and longing, with a view to both passion and discipline. All submissions will be considered for our weekly edition. Acceptances are rolling.

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Life + Art

What is The Remembered Arts Journal?

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WE HAVE ALL FORGOTTEN WHAT WE REALLY ARE. All that we call common sense and rationality and practicality and positivism only means that for certain dead levels of our life we forget that we have forgotten. All that we call spirit and art and ecstasy only means that for one awful instant we remember that we forget. 

G.K. Chesterton