Issue 48 Trees Winter 2012/13

Table of Contents

Columns
  • Colors / Rose
    Lisa Robertson
    A carnal becoming
  • Legend / Stockholm Syndrome Sonnet
    Wayne Koestenbaum
    Twin speak
  • Ingestion / The Psychorheology of Everyday Life
    Anthony Acciavatti
    Machines for measuring food texture
  • Leftovers / The Incorruptibles
    Jeffrey Kastner
    Tales from the crypts
Main
  • Seashell Sound
    Stefan Helmreich
    Echoing ocean, vibrating air, brute blood
  • Aquarius in Question
    William Firebrace
    Heinz Sellner, Philippe Tailliez, and the dream of the deep
  • Black Glass
    D. Graham Burnett
    Eye, phone
  • Shaved Heads, Snipped Tubes, Imperial Marines, and Dope Fiends
    George Pendle
    The fall and rise and fall of Chuck Dederich and Synanon
  • Jubrique ♥ Cabinet
    Jonathan Allen
    The love affair continues
Trees
  • Into the Woods
    Dan Handel
    Dietrich Brandis and the birth of modern forestry
  • Artist Project / A Dark Forest
    John Stoney
  • Strategic Arborealism
    Jonathan Allen
    Hidden in plain sight
  • Giving Back
    Yara Flores
    Ask not what the tree can do for you
  • The Living Lighthouse
    Janet Connelly
    The loneliest tree
  • Up a Tree
    Joel Smith
    A bunch of nuts
  • Trees of New York
    Benjamin Swett
    Deeply rooted
  • Old Growth
    James Trainor
    The lost landscape of James Pierce’s Pratt Farm
  • Dream House
    Paul Maliszewski
    The maple at Matibo, or, the maple at Ratibor
And
  • Bookmark / The Money Tree (Core Sample)
  • Postcard / The Charm of the Bourgeois Tree
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