Shauna Laurel Jones writes about aesthetics, the environment, and identity, but in the end, she always comes back to birds. She lives in London and is currently working on a memoir.
THEIR FACES GLOW in the Manhattan sunlight, all the glorious queens, whether their wigs are hot pink or neon yellow, their eye shadow emerald or sapphire, their chins smooth or bearded. Continue reading
This short essay is a follow-up by author Shauna Laurel Jones, whose feature article “Of Birds and Barley” is included in the Summer 2020 issue (available in print only). Meanwhile Continue reading
How the whooper swan morphed from beauty into beast. Continue reading