Every once in a while, there is a film that packs so much emotion and personal connection for me that I feel an urgent need to lay my thoughts out in written words; Nobody Knows (2004) is one of those films.
This three part article will explore Seattle, Washington in two different time periods, from two different documentary styles, and view the differences and similarities between the homeless street people of then versus more contemporary street denizens. This piece will also explore the notion of self and how it may become lost to those dwelling on the streets.
A dystopian short story on healthcare and the pandemic by our Editor-in-Chief Forrest Maynock.
Tales in an old country pub.
What does one imagine life in a trailer park is like? 6% of the U.S.’s population live in trailer parks, but they are often misunderstood, ignored, and stereotyped. In this paper Forrest explores trailer parks in the United States using the lens of community and diversity, and tries to find their space in the American urban landscape.