Milk Door, a Photo-poem by Catherine

When soldiers returned to father the Boomers, this house had a miniature door for bottles to enter full and leave empty, waiting to turn milk-opaque again. After the rise of supermarkets, the portal changed to a window, six milky panes slap-spackled in the brick, intimate economies traded for plastic jugs, sloshing bags, and Snippits. Today, […]

Heart Mosaic in the Garden

A mosaic of stones, coins, and jewellery had been growing in our front garden box since May, but it wasn’t until late August that the idea for a heart border took root.┬áHeart-shattered by the hatred in Charlottesville that led to death of Heather Heyer on August 12th, gathering these shards and bits of ephemera into […]