Issue 62 Milk Fall 2016–Winter 2017

Table of Contents

  • Colors / Mountbatten Pink
    Annie Julia Wyman
    A rose-colored camouflage dream
  • Sentences / how how how what what what how—when
    Brian Dillon
    Everything that rises must converge, or not
  • Ingestion / How to Boil an Egg
    Mats Bigert
    Cracking the ovum philosophicum
  • Leftovers / Playing the X-Record
    Eduardo Cadava and Xenia Vytuleva
    “Music on bones” and the transnational genealogies of dissidence
  • With Love, a Letter to Cookie, and Her Stories
    Alice Butler
    The diary, the letter, the list
  • Spiders, Stars, and Death
    D. Graham Burnett
    Sighting through the crosshairs
  • Artist Project / Reconciliation
    S. Billie Mandle
    Introduced by George Prochnik
  • Cardinal Directions
    Marta Figlerowicz
    West by East
  • Journeys of Lactic Abstraction
    Melanie Jackson and Esther Leslie
    The meanings of milk
  • I Feel It Is My Duty to Speak Out
    Sally O'Reilly
    The disingenuousness of the Silk Cashewmilk makeover
  • The Presidential Dairy
    William Howard Taft’s prize milker
  • The Town Milk Chocolate Built
    Will Wiles
    The sweet life at Cadbury’s Bournville
  • I Put a Light in the Milk
    Jeff Dolven
    Suspicion in a glass
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