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Artists’ Mothers by Alex Rocky Ferrer

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    Shortly after Labor Day in 1970, I moved to Provincetown, Massachusetts on the northern tip of Cape Cod, the first North American...

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Killing Griffin
By Anne Bernays

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      Excerpt from Killing Griffin, chapter one.   “The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.” — Ernest...

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Michele Oka Doner Back Then (1990)

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      Editor’s Note: This article by Elisa Turner was originally published in the Miami Herald in September, 1990. It highlights both the...

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Budd Hopkins at NADA Miami

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        Editor’s Note:  Downs & Ross will be exhibiting the work of  Budd Hopkins (1931-2011) at NADA Miami from December 7-10,...

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Kingfolk

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    Excerpt from Kingfolk, a novel.     This excerpt takes place midway through Kingfolk, a historical novel. Kingfolk is set in 1874 in a...

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Five More Poets

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    Poetry from Miami reflects the diversity of the city itself. We don’t just mean writers’ nations of origin, ethnicity, and...

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