Volume 7, Issue 1 (2022) General IssueAbout the Cover Art: "Mushroom in Excrement yet Sequin-Gowned for the Ball" Brent R. Carr (University of Florida) When we still our minds and filter out the surrounding minutia we can see newfound beauty that surrounds us. The same quiet reflection finds beauty in others, within ourselves. Here, a quiet morning’s mushroom shimmers in full ballroom glory, glimmering with dewdrops as sequins reflecting early sunrise. With quiet mind and steady camera, I filter out the manure of the wild horse and focus on the mushroom’s splendor that outshines the refuse pile from which it draws its source of life.
Considering Bias Through the Mirror/ Window of Art and Literature
Natalie Lanocha and Elizabeth Lahti
Mushroom in Excrement yet Sequin-Gowned for the Ball
Brent R. Carr
Wounded Healer: A Story of Resilience Through Adversity
the last day of the rest of my life - (bene valence)
patrick wm luther