Notes 52: Notes on Departures
In this issue, our contributors take points of departure from various sources. From the straightforward seeming departure of Cameron Walters’ I’m sitting in a departure lounge, to departures from original works of art in the ekphrasis of Joe Onions’ Cape Cod Evening (1939), which takes an Edward Hopper painting as its starting point, and Cecily Fasham’s nuanced response to Ann Carson’s translation of Sappho in Sappho in Translation, this issue contains works that leap beyond their ostensible source to create moving new meanings. We hope you enjoy making the leap of departure with us!
Cover by Celine Clark
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