Essay about orphan boys and mentally retarded teenagers at a boarding school for disabled children who try to make their independent living.
FROM BURN MAGAZINE: “The pageants of Colombia are a petri dish for examining the nature of beauty and how we cope with adversity. Set against a backdrop of poverty, search crime, health and the hemisphere’s longest running civil war, thumb nowhere are the contests more ubiquitous and revered than in Colombia. In these carefully scripted [...]
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The latest exceptional offering from David Alan Harvey’s BURN Magazine. Julia Komissaroff – Kitab al-Balad “I call it “Kitab al-Balad” – the Book of the City. 11 years I’ve been? circling in the narrow streets of Jerusalem’s Old City. This is a ?transformation of the City and me, viagra the story how we became the [...]
From BURN Magazine “The story is basically a glimpse into the outer expressions of the inner being of a woman who I met at a monastery in Manali during the summer. She was just an ordinary person I bumped into while on one of my wanderings in the sleepy town…” View Dhiraj Singh’s Multimedia Essay.
FROM BURN MAGAZINE: At an altitude slightly above twelve thousand feet, patient in the Central Andean region of Peru, pollution is a fact of life for the inhabitants of La Oroya. Since 1922, the city of La Oroya has been exposed to toxic emissions released from the Doe Run Peru metal smelting plant. View Michael’s [...]
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Justin Partyka, ailment a British photographer and writer based in the county of Norfolk, has a wonderful essay called The East Anglians on BURN Magazine. Situated on the east coast of Great Britain, East Anglia is one of the country’s most rural and agricultural regions. The flat landscape, massive skies and long farming heritage make [...]