Artist Justin Berry explores the process by which he creates his unique landscapes of imaginary worlds, one of which, Dual Horizon, we recently featured in the pages of The Appendix.
Tuesday June 18, 2013
The Woman in Green: A Chinese Ghost Tale from Mao to Ming, 1981-1381 In 1965, a Chinese playwright named Meng Chao fell afoul of the cultural revolution because of a fictional ghost named Li Huiniang. In 1381, that ghost came to life, challenging a tyrant for the love of another poor writer. Maggie Greene follows Li Huiniang from Maoism on back to her Ming dynasty beginnings. From Issue 1.2—Illusions—April 2013
Published Wednesday June 12, 2013
To be published Thursday June 20, 2013
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