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“we who burn here below”

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Artist Sarah Van Sanden: I love beauty, but ugly can be pretty interesting, too. Poet Jeremy Paden: …the use of red principally on the right side gives it an off-balance that I like… though you see some hints flicker against the left column, as if saying, this structure is about come tumbling. 

Collaborators: Sarah Van Sanden is a landscape designer and builder in Seattle. Her art training and plant lust inform her work and daily life. Poet Jeremy Paden is the author of two chapbooks: Broken Tulips (Accents Press, 2013) and ruina montium (Broadstone Books, 2016).

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