Caroline Furr studied for a Master of Arts degree in sculpture from California State University and her art has since graced Texas, Los Angeles, Barcelona, Philadelphia.
Foreigners have the hungriest of senses. Arriving somewhere new there is the immediate onslaught of a different language, the smell of the place itself, the dress of the people and their comportment. One might call it uneven terrain, and as the stranger makes their way into this other world, there will be untidy loose ends of comprehension. This outsider isn’t dependent upon travel though, it’s a state of mind which casts a wide net over the everyday furniture of life and our own changing conditions. Balance in the moment might be achieved through the simple act, the real pleasure, of taking it all in.
1 – a foreigner’s conception – Caroline Furr, Sean Hanrahan, Josh Martin, Andrés Cruciani (Toho Publishing, 2020)
2 – City, Ruby: Poetry – Seth Seong (Independently published)
3 – CREATURE FEATURE – William Meikle (Independently published, 2020)
4 – Wavering Words – R. Pursell (Independently published, 2019)
5 – Nowhere to Arrive – Jenny Xie (Northwestern University Press, 2016)
6 – Sweet & Sour – Paula Jeffery (Harefield Press, 2019)
7 – The Summoning of the Old Ones – Jeffrey Thomas (Independently published, 2019)
8 – How to Write a Eulogy – Julian Fúnez-Wolfe (Independently published)
9 – The Cows – Lydia Davis (Sarabande Books, 2011)
10 – Where Hands Hold – Sophia Emille, Nimbe Aguilera (Independently published)