Cover art: Allegory of Cave. De Villo Sloan earned a Ph.D. in literature from the State University of New York at Buffalo where he studied with Robert Creeley and served as an editor of the Black Mountain II Review. His books include Ourang-Outang (1986/2014), and he has been a longtime participant in the international Fluxus, Neoist and visual poetry networks.
Please use the link below to have a more exact idea of where the water walkers are on any given day. If you are planning on walking, please see Sharon Day’s guide for volunteer walkers in our facebook group: Mississippi River Water Walk 2013
The link below will take you to our shared GPS page, which tracks the exact location of our walkers:
On a June night in New Orlean’s, 1973, hate raged up the steps and consumed thirty-two people. The authorities called it arson. Other’s said it was God’s own hand. No one was ever charged for the crime.
Tracking Fire, a documentary, chronicles the unsolved case of arson in a gay men’s bar that claimed the lives of thirty-two people — one of the worst tragedies in LGBT history in the U.S.
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I’m very pleased to announce the new fundraiser for my documentary film, Tracking Fire is now live. All donations are 100% tax-deductable and matched, dollar-for-dollar by a variety of sponsors. So really, every dollar does matter. Won’t you help us support this important project, allow us to complete filming and be a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves, and for those who want to be heard. Thank you. http://power2give.org/kentucky/Project/Detail?projectId=5022