The June edition: Ian McCausland, Tim Krochak and James AgeeJune 12, 2010
Short and sweet is what this month’s edition is, but I think it will sustain you until the fall, when this blogzine will return with vigour. I’m off to Winnipeg for a bit, to hang with family and mosquitoes, one group less biting than the other. But about this month’s offerings…
Ian McCausland is a Winnipeg photographer I have known since before the Internet. He is a poster boy for the best of the web. But he’s got other stuff to talk about in the Proust Questionnaire 5.0.
Tim Krochak, another fellow Winnipegger, now living in Dartmouth, has been travelling again. And snacking. Ugh. He reports back with this month’s snap photo feature.
Summer, childhood, lovely writing. This month’s edition of the fine print channels it all in the test of James Agee’s Knoxville: Summer, 1915.
Now you put some sunscreen on and get the mosquito blowtorch and you have some fun this summer. See you in the fall.
— Denise Duguay