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Les photographies de Noah Addis, Leon Alesi, Blake Andrews, Michael Barolet, Jordan Baumgarten, Meg Birnbaum, JT Blatty, Jonathan Blaustein, Susan Burnstine, Liz Calvi, James Cannon, Sean Carroll, Alex Catt, Polly Chandler, Daniel W Coburn, Sebastian Collett, Victoria Crayhon, Matthew Crowther, Beth Yarnelle Edwards, Gloria Baker Feinstein, Sara Ferguson, Rod Fincannon, Francine Fleischer, Steven Ford, Laurisa Galvan, Kottie Gaydos, Roger Generazzo, Daniel George, Tom Griggs, Tom Griscom, Deborah Hamon, Warren Harold, John Brinton Hogan, Bootsy Holler, Rainer Hosch, Leo Hsu, April-lea Hutchinson, Timothy Hyde, Stella Kalaw, So...
Northwoods Journals by Kurt Simonson
I must have been ten or eleven years old when I first ran across the peculiar envelope that bore my grandmother’s shaky handwriting: “not to be opened until my death.” Tucked in her top dresser drawer amidst other valuables, its striking phrase burned into my memory at a young age. I don’t know exactly when, and I don’t know how often, but I know I visited the envelope numerous times, pondering what could be inside. What could be so important (or tragic) that it must be kept secret in this way?
I have never been able to shake the hold that piece of paper had over me. More than just a letter—I was haunted by what it represented. Loaded with latent meaning, yet withholding its story, the letter is my experience of growing up in Minnesota. My family roots go deep into the folklore of t...