Consider:

frailty

 

this fall, embrace the power of weakness

Photo by Dan Schiumarini

This Week:

overtaken by thrills

FALL SPECIAL EDITION:

Self-Inflicted Wounds

an unfinished retrospective, in four chapters, by
JANA ZIMMER | Attorney + Artist

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FALL 2017

the wisdom of frailty

Photo by Hiroyuki Igarashi

Empowerment Understood

EDITOR’S APOLOGIA | Fall 2017

THE OPPOSITE OF WEAKNESS IS STRENGTH, but what is its antidote? Is power the panacea for powerlessness?

Visual Arts

Broken Limb

an installation series by
MARLEENE RUBENSTEIN | Occupational Therapist + Artist

Hibernate

and other images by
DARLENE TURLA | Bipolar Advocate + Photographer

Containment

installation art by
DAYNA TALBOT | Flight Attendant + Artist

Poetry

The Waning

a poem by
GARY S. WATKINS | IT Consultant + Poet

Crow

and other poems by
JAMIE MERRIGAN | Actress + Poet

Prose

Joy?

call for submissions, winter 2018

Photo by Kieran Lewis

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Perturbations

a new collection of poems by Remembered Arts poet, Gary Beck

Gary Beck’s new collection evokes concern about disruptions to the desire for a comfortable, prosperous, untroubled life, leading us through all its gloriously chaotic uncertainties.

“Beautifully expressed loneliness” –Page & Spine

“Great work making the world a little more beautiful.” –Spank the Carp

“Exactly what we like, strong and surprising.” –The Legendary


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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