Steve Adler-Golden* (Eyecollage) is an artist working in painting, collage, and mixed media, and a Ph.D. chemist.
Scott Axelrod*^ (Infinite Placeholder Regress) is a mathematician, physicist, and creative writer.
Chris Bohner^ ( πρᾶξις 30 and πρᾶξις 39) is a sculptor, photographer, and labor researcher.
Mary Buchinger (Cynosure) is a professor of English, the author of four poetry books, and the president of the New England Poetry Club.
Debra David* is a published poet and a member of the Newton Poetry Group.
Denise Freed*(The Hand and Faucet Duet) is a theoretical physicist and improvisational dance artist.
Ellen Fisher* (Yes Grandchildren) is a visual artist and the director of Newton Open Studios, a nonprofit which produces community art events.
Richard Fontes^ (Don’t Look Up) is a financial services professional, CFA Charterholder, and MBA candidate with a social impact focus.
Kimberly Gladman *^(multiple contributions) runs Tandeta Books.
Felix Hausdorff (Orgy) (1968-1942) was a polymath who made significant contributions to mathematical modernity as well as literary modernism.
Philip M. Jackson (A Parenting Epiphany) (tel: 617-394-8966) is a social worker and therapist in private practice in Newton, Massachusetts.
Eric Myrvaagnes* (Cover image, Cloud) is a photographer and retired professor of mathematics and computer science.
Naomi Myvraagnes* (Toward A Higher Order) is a poet, fiction writer, and literary scholar.
Greta Ode (multiple contributions) edits the Tandeta journal.
Hillary Sallick (Notes for January) is the author of two poetry books, an educator, and the vice-president of the New England poetry club.
Samuel Schrager^ (Remembering E.O. Wilson) is a financial industry professional with a master’s degree in environmental science.
Megan Schulz ^(Roots and Grass Grew In) directs communications for a non-profit focused on science education, and is a social impact MBA candidate concentrating on energy and environmental sustainability.
Ingrid Scheibler (The Saints Will All be Blue) is a visual artist, author, and former professor of philosophy.
Keith Tornheim* (e-PI-phany) is the author of five poetry books and a professor of biochemistry.
Nicola Welda (Tractatus) is the pseudonym of a reader of Wittgenstein.
* Contributors marked with an asterisk (*) are members of the Shir Hadash Reconstructionist havurah in Newton, Massachusetts.
^ Contributors marked with a caret (^) are members of the socially responsible or “ESG” investment movement in the United States.
Table of Contents
Cloud… Eric Myvraagnes… Cover image
Publisher’s note… Kimberly Gladman
Notes from January… Hilary Sallick… poetry
Cynosure… Mary Buchinger… poetry
Πρᾶξις (Praxis) 30… Chris Bohner… visual art
Πρᾶξις (Praxis) 39… Chris Bohner… visual art
My Big Quit… Greta L. Ode… essay
Aftershock… Kimberly Gladman… essay
Yes, Dear Grandchildren… Ellen Fisher… visual art
A Parenting Epiphany… Philip M. Jackson… essay
The Hand and Faucet Duet… Denise Freed… dance (link)
From To Bury the Dead… Greta L. Ode… fiction
Why Isn’t Everybody Into Wittgenstein?... Kimberly Gladman… essay
The Saints Will All Be Blue… Ingrid Scheibler… visual art
Immersive Van Gogh… Kimberly Gladman… review
Infinite Placeholder Regress… Scott Axelrod… essay
Quantslut… Kimberly Gladman… column
e-PI-phany… Keith Tornheim… poetry
Toward a Higher Order… Naomi Myrvaagnes… poetry
Orgy… trans. Kimberly Gladman (Felix Hausdorff)... poetry in translation
Tractatus… Nicola Welda… essay
Eyecollage… Steve Adler-Golden… visual art
Don’t Look Up… Rich Fontes, Kimberly Gladman… dialogue
Shorting the Earth… Kimberly Gladman… fiction
Remembering E.O. Wilson… Sam Schrager… essay
A Posthumous Apology to E.O. Wilson… Debra David… poetry
Roots and Grass Grew In…Megan Schulz… poetry