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Junctions

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May 23, 2018
Julia LaPlaca
We’d Love You to Succeed, As Long As It’s Not Here

We’d Love You to Succeed, As Long As It’s Not Here

May 21, 2018
Andrew Orlebeke
The Flowers in Seattle

The Flowers in Seattle

May 20, 2018
Gabe Gunnink
An Argument for Driving through Flyover Country

An Argument for Driving through Flyover Country

May 19, 2018
Mary Margaret Healy
Enter Toph

Enter Toph

May 18, 2018
Ben DeVries
Stay Bold, Ponyboy

Stay Bold, Ponyboy

May 17, 2018
Tony Ditta
Here’s My Dirty Laundry

Here’s My Dirty Laundry

May 15, 2018
Cassie Westrate
Christianity at Present

Christianity at Present

May 14, 2018
Will Montei
Regina George is Not Stupid: And Other Thoughts on the Mean Girls Musical

Regina George is Not Stupid: And Other Thoughts on the Mean Girls Musical

May 13, 2018
Catherine Kramer
Mirrors and Windows

Mirrors and Windows

May 12, 2018
Abby Zwart
Religious Not Crazy

Religious Not Crazy

May 11, 2018
Elaine Schnabel
Crocuses

Crocuses

May 10, 2018
Jenna Griffin
Beginning

Beginning

May 9, 2018
Bart Tocci
Manly Tears

Manly Tears

May 8, 2018
Paul Menn
Spring in Brooklyn (for the Twentysomethings)

Spring in Brooklyn (for the Twentysomethings)

May 7, 2018
Caroline Higgins
Blackberries: A Love Song

Blackberries: A Love Song

May 6, 2018
Josh deLacy
Mutual Respect in the Streets

Mutual Respect in the Streets

May 5, 2018
India Daniels
Your Dirty Computer

Your Dirty Computer

May 4, 2018
Caitlin Gent
Year Three

Year Three

May 3, 2018
Meg Schmidt
On Grand Rapids’ Not-So-Rapid Bus—And Why I Love It

On Grand Rapids’ Not-So-Rapid Bus—And Why I Love It

May 2, 2018
Carolyn Muyskens
The Billion-Dollar Business of Donated Clothes

The Billion-Dollar Business of Donated Clothes

May 1, 2018
Katerina Parsons
Silver, and Gold, and Dross

Silver, and Gold, and Dross

April 30, 2018
Kyric Koning
Teenagers

Teenagers

April 29, 2018
Matt Coldagelli
What Lies Beneath: The Importance of Asking Why

What Lies Beneath: The Importance of Asking Why

April 29, 2018
Jerel Domer
A Toast to “Things”

A Toast to “Things”

April 27, 2018
Brad Zwiers
I Wish I Had Said Something

I Wish I Had Said Something

April 26, 2018
Nick Meekhof
Later Than Expected, but Right on Time

Later Than Expected, but Right on Time

April 25, 2018
Jack Van Allsburg
Common Scents

Common Scents

April 24, 2018
Lauren (Boersma) Harris
“Natural History Psychedelia”: Alexis Rockman’s “Great Lakes Cycle”

“Natural History Psychedelia”: Alexis Rockman’s “Great Lakes Cycle”

April 23, 2018
Julia LaPlaca
A Body Kind of Knowing  

A Body Kind of Knowing  

April 22, 2018
Paula Manni

Recent

Junctions

Junctions

May 23, 2018
Julia LaPlaca
We’d Love You to Succeed, As Long As It’s Not Here

We’d Love You to Succeed, As Long As It’s Not Here

May 21, 2018
Andrew Orlebeke
The Flowers in Seattle

The Flowers in Seattle

May 20, 2018
Gabe Gunnink
An Argument for Driving through Flyover Country

An Argument for Driving through Flyover Country

May 19, 2018
Mary Margaret Healy
Enter Toph

Enter Toph

May 18, 2018
Ben DeVries
Stay Bold, Ponyboy

Stay Bold, Ponyboy

May 17, 2018
Tony Ditta
Here’s My Dirty Laundry

Here’s My Dirty Laundry

May 15, 2018
Cassie Westrate
Christianity at Present

Christianity at Present

May 14, 2018
Will Montei
Regina George is Not Stupid: And Other Thoughts on the Mean Girls Musical

Regina George is Not Stupid: And Other Thoughts on the Mean Girls Musical

May 13, 2018
Catherine Kramer
Mirrors and Windows

Mirrors and Windows

May 12, 2018
Abby Zwart
Religious Not Crazy

Religious Not Crazy

May 11, 2018
Elaine Schnabel
Crocuses

Crocuses

May 10, 2018
Jenna Griffin
Beginning

Beginning

May 9, 2018
Bart Tocci
Manly Tears

Manly Tears

May 8, 2018
Paul Menn
Spring in Brooklyn (for the Twentysomethings)

Spring in Brooklyn (for the Twentysomethings)

May 7, 2018
Caroline Higgins
Blackberries: A Love Song

Blackberries: A Love Song

May 6, 2018
Josh deLacy
Mutual Respect in the Streets

Mutual Respect in the Streets

May 5, 2018
India Daniels
Your Dirty Computer

Your Dirty Computer

May 4, 2018
Caitlin Gent
Year Three

Year Three

May 3, 2018
Meg Schmidt
On Grand Rapids’ Not-So-Rapid Bus—And Why I Love It

On Grand Rapids’ Not-So-Rapid Bus—And Why I Love It

May 2, 2018
Carolyn Muyskens
The Billion-Dollar Business of Donated Clothes

The Billion-Dollar Business of Donated Clothes

May 1, 2018
Katerina Parsons
Silver, and Gold, and Dross

Silver, and Gold, and Dross

April 30, 2018
Kyric Koning
Teenagers

Teenagers

April 29, 2018
Matt Coldagelli
What Lies Beneath: The Importance of Asking Why

What Lies Beneath: The Importance of Asking Why

April 29, 2018
Jerel Domer
A Toast to “Things”

A Toast to “Things”

April 27, 2018
Brad Zwiers
I Wish I Had Said Something

I Wish I Had Said Something

April 26, 2018
Nick Meekhof
Later Than Expected, but Right on Time

Later Than Expected, but Right on Time

April 25, 2018
Jack Van Allsburg
Common Scents

Common Scents

April 24, 2018
Lauren (Boersma) Harris
“Natural History Psychedelia”: Alexis Rockman’s “Great Lakes Cycle”

“Natural History Psychedelia”: Alexis Rockman’s “Great Lakes Cycle”

April 23, 2018
Julia LaPlaca
A Body Kind of Knowing  

A Body Kind of Knowing  

April 22, 2018
Paula Manni