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spring 2012



featuring the art of Bill Rogers

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spring 2012
"You narrow the groove too much and even the noble tree dies."

Loras the alien, Fourth Mansions, R.A. Lafferty

"Progress itself is not progress. It is worth remark, in passing, that when Tennyson, in a wild and rather weak manner, welcomed the idea of infinite alteration in society, he instinctively took a metaphor which suggests an imprisoned tedium. He wrote --

Let the great world spin for ever down the ringing grooves of change.

He thought of change itself as an unchangeable groove; and so it is. Change is about the narrowest and hardest groove that a man can get into."

The Suicide of Thought, Orthodoxy, G.K. Chesterton

"...and endless chase, in a small space..."

Sam Phillips, Where The Colors Don't Go