recent pandemics are a direct consequence of human activity – particularly our global financial and economic systems, based on a limited paradigm that prizes economic growth at any cost.
painting by Erik Kaye
. Cometh the Key by Scott Thomas Outlar, copyright 2017 September crawls inside my chest, burrows its head like an ostrich turning eggs within the heart. Cracks a few in the parts that were almost stolen to cook an omelet and… Read More ›
A RACE BARRED A race barred A look hard A pulled Pissed off Race Card A glass shard A bad bard A tongue lashing A wound gashing A Fascist state A racist hate A slur A burr A blur Take… Read More ›
“The Temple of My Soul” watercolor painting and text by Erik Kaye, copyright 2017 (note: its one day ahead in Japan where Erik lives! Happy New Year!) “A man meditates amidst a boiling storm-ridden sea. He projects himself beyond the heavy… Read More ›
“Autobiography” watercolor painting and description by Erik Kaye, copyright 2016 (1) A man meditates; his aura radiates out of the darkness as if it were anatomically determined. Inside his transparent body, two people, his parents, battle, the defining struggle of… Read More ›
Editorial Note: Chris Arcus’ poem “Giddy” makes a philosophical comment on modern life, here accompanied by Erik Kaye’s whimsical ink painting: “Brushstrokes, Duotonee” — expressing similar giddy feelings. GIDDY by Chris Arcus, copyright 2013 The world requires things from me I am… Read More ›
by Erik Kaye copyright 2010 watercolor Japan