On The Trail

he sight of one of the compact, human powered vehicles, parked neatly on the sidewalk, the labors of real farmers stacked neatly inside, is like a storybook version of what usually passes for food access and market share.

Ritual Gathering

“they just attracted these generous and warm people from all walks of life which was so fun to be exposed to. They learned that all kinds of people could come together, so somehow these very hard working, definitely middle class but upwardly mobile people, people who shared all their resources, would attract more well to do friends who would share with them. So we always felt all the time that we had these resources but it was based on these people’s generosity more than bank accounts.” Josh stops, mulling his words over, and adds, as if an afterthought, “What an important concept.”  

Katie's Corner: Do Not Eat

As for those starving kids in Africa I was happy to send my dinner to? I care a lot more about them now, too. And the thousands of food insecure kids in the US. I don’t want to waste food because it is a privilege to be well fed when so many others are not.

Unseen (Photo Feature)

This series is all about differences in light. Capturing the light of distinct times of day, and capturing the light that sparkles into the interior of Juliet at quiet times when only a few see- right after it closes and just before it opens only a few hours later.

Dillard's Eclipse

Rearranged from the words of Annie Dillard’s incredible essay about witnessing a total solar eclipse in 1979, this poem became the origin point for a five day immersive performance at Juliet in 2017, and if you are paying attention, you’ll note that its influence is anchored now in the development of the first year of this very magazine.