– Not much tugs at the imagination more than objects, places, or living organisms with hybrid qualities. Author Rebecca Reynolds followed her muse to discover
– Poor Yorick’s Brian Lance talked with Charles Bechtel—sculptor, writer, teacher—about assembling scenes from the reclaimed pieces of everyday life. PY: How did you discover Poor
– PY: What inspired you to submit your essay, “The Pink Vase,” to Poor Yorick? LS: When I saw your call for submissions, I thought my
A Q&A by Melissa Gordon – The fear of dissection was often stronger than the fear of death itself. —Dr.
A Q&A by Jeanette Ronson – In 1869 thousands of people did indeed flock to Cardiff, New York, just south of Syracuse to see the
A Q& A by Melissa Gordon – Wow, there are so many corners in what we call “local history!” Corners worth exploring; corners in which