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"Daughters of the Northern Lights" - Artist: Gerhard Munthe. Woolen tapestry loosely based on Norse legends and mythology depicting three polar bears approaching three female figures with stylized flame-like blonde hair; stylized waves and mountains in background.

Origins + Generations

By Heather Bourbeau / April 4, 2016 / 2 Comments

California author Heather Bourbeau builds a bridge between myth and time in her latest sequence of 100-word stories.

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Sidewalk Devolution, by Sarah Bisceglie, http://www.sarahbisceglie.com/

Roses

By Maw Shein Win / August 14, 2014 / 1 Comment

A tall woman and a small man walked down the street one late morning in a town in New Hampshire. They looked confused and weathered and people stared at them as they passed by. She picked up a coin on the street and held it up in the light to examine the year. He grabbed […]

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"Minimum Monument" (detail), Néle Azevedo

Waking

By Heather Bourbeau / July 3, 2014 / 0 Comments

A ghost story of sorts, and a tale of seasons changing.

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Towards

By Heather Bourbeau / June 20, 2014 / 0 Comments

Under an alien sky comes this tale of primordial resilience, via Berkeley writer Heather Bourbeau.

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Extractions

By Heather Bourbeau / June 13, 2014 / 0 Comments

Technology’s promise is so tangible in this tiny, potent tale of endurance.

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Hopscotch

By Heather Bourbeau / May 30, 2014 / 0 Comments

This 100-word charmer effortlessly captures childhood whimsy, and invokes the fairy-tale magic of seven-league boots.

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