The “Emile Goes to the Boundary Waters” Issue

Posted on July 17th, 2009 by

poh vol IV number 4_001-1

Or maybe the “cemetery, gravestone and memorial marker issue.” Read about memorials to Michel Foucault, E.B. White, Paul Tillich, and the Maryknoll sisters massacred by the Salvadoran National Guard. For good measure, there are some (fuzzy) photos of (fantastic) gravestones carved by the stonemasons of Barre, Vermont, and an almost indecipherably reproduced photo of Carhenge in Texas.

Then there’s analysis of the 2000 voting debacle, courtesy of Peg, and a story of the creation of butter.

The cover story is all about Lisa’s trip to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area with a group of incoming college freshmen. Read all about it!

Would you love a hard copy of this issue, so you could see these photos in crisp, clear detail? Drop us a note and we’ll see what we can do.



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