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Photography in this issue explores the relationship of the self to other people and places, from the delicately autobiographical images of Renfrew to the ironic, wary fellowship Patti Smith and William Burroughs offer Malanga in his famed portraits of them. Snyder's gaunt, haunting pictures of Coney Island turn the photographer into a traveler, while Caranda-Martin's experimental images suggest the eye of a mystic.
Doughba Hamilton Caranda-Martin III
Nita Mallory Renfew