A voice crying out in — and for — the American wilderness.
Her tone invited, enfolded, and accepted you.
He danced with the devil.
Celebrating thirteen HiLo Heroes about whom we wrote in 2015.
Tight-lipped cool and shifty-eyed rage.
Her characters suffer from education, rumination, privilege.
He wrote a stunning semi-metafictional masterpiece.
An uncanny Cold War Hawthorne.
Poetry as a life-saving form of thought.
She fought for a place for women in science.
She was the Lady in the Radiator.
Art, poetry, and the fight against fascism.
A multifaceted composer and critic.
Gruesome tenderness, explosively joyful.
An exceptional jazz pianist and memoirist.
Ephemeral, corporeal, sacramental art.
She refused, refused, refused.
A child of coincidence and Harpo Marx.
An opium-addled polymath.
He predicted “megatechnics” vs. “biolivability.”
Intuition, creativity, laughter, and élan vital.
His legacy precedes him.
Observer and participant, experimenter and deceiver.
“It will get you. You can’t keep still.”