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  • This poem by Diane G. Martin memorializes her Great Aunt Lillian's days as a flapper driving around in her sleek Packard.

    The Testimony

    This poem by Diane G. Martin memorializes her Great Aunt Lillian’s days as a flapper driving around in her sleek Packard.

  • The film documents research being carried out by participants from the local Hindu, Sikh, and Muslim community. Here they develop display panels for a touring museum exhibition. They also access archive material previously unseen, and some not explored for 100 years or more, while reflecting on the involvement of the Indian Army during WW1.

    The Indian Army in the First World War

    The film documents research being carried out by participants from the local Hindu, Sikh, and Muslim community. Here they develop display panels for a touring museum exhibition. They also access archive material previously unseen, and some not explored for 100 years or more, while reflecting on the involvement of the Indian Army during WW1.

  • In this fiction piece by Josh Woods, a professor in Missouri buys a glossy black wooden bench adorned with ornate letters of the Persian alphabet at a garage sale for a dollar. The catch? The owner says it's cursed.

    The Alchemist’s Bench

    In this fiction piece by Josh Woods, a professor in Missouri buys a glossy black wooden bench adorned with ornate letters of the Persian alphabet at a garage sale for a dollar. The catch? The owner says it’s cursed.

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