Welcome to After the Art’s sixth issue.
We hope you enjoy these four essays:
“Eyes Set Far Apart or Close: The Art of William Sulit, the Language of Carolyn Forché” by Beth Kephart
“Edward Hopper and the Tourist From Syracuse” by Gregory Luce
“Mysteries of the Horizon” by Kimmo Rosenthal
“Beneath the Surface / Cold Gleanings of Ice” by Nancy Geyer
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After the Art publishes personal review essays that explore the ways reading and art enrich each other. If you’re interested in submitting, please read our guidelines.