By Lorraine Jeffery

Through the ocean mist, I heard boisterous young male voices. Rather than muffle the sounds, the heavy fog seemed to magnify them and, although I couldn’t decipher the words, I could identify six or seven voices. I slowed my pace and looked behind me, but the prints that my athletic shoes had left on the …

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By Lara Niedermeyer

—an apparent difference in the position of an object when viewed along different lines of sight I cannot see the end clearly. The damp— sweat or melting ice, I am not sure— slips, slides, across the map and bleeds the print, and makes the whorls restless, the destination unresolved. Those photographic moments, those stock-still postcards …

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