READ • WATCH • LISTEN
Steve Evans folds a city in a small blue suitcase. Oteeyho Iro forfeits her inheritance from women who learned patience as a tongueless eyeless hollow thing. Charles Haddox knows the time has come to fix the moon. Zama Madinana turns his ear to the mute song, even as Taylor Graham learns the boot-tracks she's been following for hours, upcanyon & down, were made not by the missing hiker but a native of the village, on whom the hiker bestowed his new store-bought boots. Natalie Harris-Spencer makes her transient mark on the icy sky. Jason Lobell follows the latest Ariel through a dark doorway, while Maggie Yang's train starts moving again. Aaron Weinzapfel finds himself under the freeway in the shadow of the Purina plant. Meredith Wadley uses squeeze-love to turn sobs to hiccups. Asma Al-Masyabi provides instructions for claiming a land as your own. Linda Neal oils the louvers on the wardrobe doors, polishes the three brass knobs, hangs up sweaters and jackets by color, making rituals out of cloth. Shilo Niziolek is white-poor in Historic Charleston. Amalia Russell has a message for a stranger, from a child. And a gentleman a coat and scarf is pedaling toward David A. Porter to tell him everything is okay, to continue on.
EPISODE 3: ECHOES
Get ready to be read to like a baby at bedtime. In Episode 3, Subnivean's staffers share sounds they've never forgotten; sounds that will reverberate in your skull too. Special thanks to the staff, and to our editing and production team: Lydia Seki, Naomi Ellis, Miles Weber, Maxwell Burton and Soma Mei Sheng Frazier.
by AMALIA RUSSELL
In Last, a short animation, a child has something to say to a stranger.
ABOUT THE CREATOR
Amalia Russell is an undergraduate studying game design at Champlain College.
"Matter exploding, stars being born, nothing becoming everything..."