Issue 53 Stones Spring 2014

Table of Contents

  • Legend / Notes on Glaze
    Wayne Koestenbaum
    Make jam, not art
  • Colors / Crimson
    Jude Stewart
    Bled dry
  • Ingestion / The Endoscopic Imagination
    D. Graham Burnett
    The eye inside
  • Inventory / “Do You Believe in Angels?” and Other Inquiries
    Lori Cole
    Eugene Jolas’s questionnaires for transition magazine
  • Campanologomania
    Katherine Hunt
    The mathematics of change ringing
  • Artist Project / Overgrowth
    Helene Schmitz
  • Emotional Investment
    Rubén Gallo
    Marcel Proust’s Mexican stocks
  • Artist Project / Burnouts
    Julia Christensen
  • Mass Effect
    Sasha Archibald
    In the shadow of Giant Rock
  • Artist Project / Plague Stones
    Sophie Nys
  • A Difficult Calculus
    Theodor Ringborg
    The alien pain of bladder stones
  • Anthropomorphic Erratics of Fairfield County, Connecticut
    Richard Klein
    A speculative archaeology
  • From a “Wounderous” Place
    James Trainor
    Reading the rocks of Kaaterskill Falls
  • Style-Eating Granite
    Alexander Nagel
    Mineral entropy
  • Foundations
    Hugh Raffles
    Histories of London Stone
  • Artist Project / An Archive within an Archive within an Archive
    David Brooks
  • Surrey’s Black Eye
    Jeff Dolven
    Making chaos with the readiest missiles
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