Book ReviewThe Lingering Urge: A
Review of “Independent Mysteries” by Michael MagersShot across multiple locations, Magers’ latest book is made up of poetic enigmas: images that linger beyond their first viewing, inviting us to look again. Read More
The Lingering Urge: A Review of “Independent Mysteries” by Michael Magers
Shot across multiple locations, Magers’ latest book is made up of poetic enigmas: images that linger beyond their first viewing, inviting us to look again.
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