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Today on SOLRAD, we have a review from Joana Simão of WHERE IS AISHA? by Aisha Franz and published by Colorama Books
We have another week's worth of Karl C. Krumpholz's THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY, brought to you by SOLRAD Presents! This week: exhaustion, Fugazi, dead rodents, optimism not working, and a family tree.
We have another week's worth of Karl C. Krumpholz's THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY, brought to you by SOLRAD Presents! It was Karl's Birthday!
We have another week's worth of Karl C. Krumpholz's THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY, brought to you by SOLRAD Presents!
In this week's THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY, Karl muses on the past, on Christmas lights never taken down, and on the ghost of a City that still haunts him.
This week in THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY, Karl C. Krumpholz considers giving a cat insulin, the fires near Denver, and old photos.
In this week's set of pages from THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY, Karl thinks about his life in Denver, the way he dresses, and for once in a long time, being completely alone.
Karl C. Krumpholz continues his documentation of life during the pandemic in this week's set of THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY from SOLRAD Presents.
In this week's THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY, Karl reflects on cats, his struggle with depression, and the new normal of attending weddings by video conference.
This week in THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY, Karl C. Krumpholz muses on the things we can look forward to, giving cats insulin, and finding respite.
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