Poetry, Words

“Irish Poetry soaked in waves of musical imagery and sound”

Selected poems, from Session by Pete Mullineaux

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Poetry, Words

Art

By Joanna Katzen

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Drama, Print Edition, Words

The Uncle

By Dave D’aranjo

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Drama, Print Edition, Words

Blind Luck

By Jónas Bergmann Björnsson

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Fiction, Words

An Authentic Angel

By Chris Parlon A spoken short story

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Poetry, Words

Untitled

By Erica Charis

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Poetry, Words

Sonnet 23

By Jordan Casty

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Poetry, Words

Raspberry Sorbet

By April Gompers

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Poetry, Words

Stained Glass Sea

By April Gompers

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Poetry, Words

The Arboretum

By Erin Snyder

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Essays, Featured Artists, Print Edition, Words

Life Under the Cloud of Unmet Expectation

By Steve Almond A lot of what I do as a writer boils down to making obnoxious assumptions, so let me start with one: if you’re reading this, you’re an aspiring writer, or an aspiring musician, or both. The first thing I’d like to do (this being the case) is to dismiss any lingering notions of glamour you might associate with a career in the arts. I will do so by presenting an essay I composed last night. It is entitled: What I Did Yesterday. Okay.

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Creative Nonfiction, Words

Keeping Up Without the Joneses

By Connor Buckley ...This story is entirely a product of an interview that I conducted with my grandmother, the Milly of this story. It is a fictionalized reimagination of true facts and actual happenings. No scene in this story is my invention. My inventions are the circumstances that place the scenes, circumstances that are meant to be constructions of the fictionalized narrator’s memory.

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About Us:

FUSION is Berklee College of Music's global forum of writing, visual art, and music that engages notions of interconnectivity and interdisciplinary approaches to the arts. We publish high-quality literature, journalism, film/video, photography, and multimedia projects by our community as well as internationally recognized artists. We also invite essays on the rich relations between music and the other arts; translations; and works employing fusion as theme, concept, or inspiration. FUSION is a celebration of the arts, responding to E.M. Forster's charge, “Only connect!”