“Errand Upon Which We Came” by Stephanie Strickland and M.D. Coverley

Screen capture from “Errand Upon Which We Came” by Stephanie Strickland and M.D. Coverley.  Abstract painting of a natural scene, mostly flowers, against a black background. Stylized white text superimposed on the image transparently. Image is signed "Simone Weil". Text: "Will is broken by the trails of all follitales the Aegean stables,/the straw spun. A Nail/that fixes the center so the register is true--/what the scale hangs on,/not what,/the pointer points to./
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“Default Lives” by M.D. Coverley

Screen capture from "Default Lives" by M.D. Coverley. Green table against a black background with fields mostly blank. Text: So you wan to be an artist? Here are your choices: artist, endgame/tilt, practicing end game/gameover, not practicing, end game."
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“Eclipse Louisiana” by M.D. Coverley

Screen capture “Eclipse Louisiana” by M.D. Coverley.  Red moon atop a black background, words below. Text: "eclipse: what makes the moon. Well, we stopped and got out of the car too. I was suddenly bewitched, I guess, by/-dragged Craig over to the old, closed/up shack, started babbling on about/look newmoon/ crescentmoon/ waxingmoon/ gibbousmoon/ fullmoon/miss disseminatingmoon/ waningmoon/ darkmoon Eclipse Louisiana.
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“Tideland” by M.D. Coverley

Screen capture from"Tideland" by M.D. Coverley. Peach Background with various lines in blue and orange spread all over the image. A vintage picture of a male and femal to the middle right of the image and a a light pink and white image to its left. Text: the text is too small to read.
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“ii — in the white darkness: about [the fragility of] memory” by Reiner Strasser and M.D. Coverley

Screen capture from "ii — in the white darkness: about [the fragility of] memory" by Reiner Strasser and M.D. Coverley.  A white curtain draped over a bright light; orbs attached to curved white lines float in the forefront. No text.
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“Accounts of the Glass Sky” by M. D. Coverley

Screeen capture from "Accounts of the Glass Sky" by M. D. Coverley. Blue background with black font and the image of little children smiling. text: "Report ont he sky, 1920 / The sky was just there. / No one worried about it. The children / who were at this birthday party have / lived their lives and are at rest, having never / wondered when the sky would / turn to glass. / In 1920, in Hollywood CA, / there was talk of pollution, / but everyone said that it would go away. / And it has '.
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