This year’s print issue of Tab Journal was created during a time of quarantine as the world underwent the isolation and anxieties of the Covid-19 pandemic. During this time, we reflected on concepts of time—as a sense of place, as space, as structure, as the visual experience of light and dark. This year’s print issue explores visual expressions of time warping, time-traveling, and the chronology and the kaleidoscope of time-keeping.
The online issues in the 2021 volume pick up elements of the print issue’s design, and the website is updated to reflect Volume 9.
Vol. 9 (2021)
HOME GROUND and TAHLEQUAH
WHAT TO DO WITH AN EMPTY NEST and SMOKE
WE ARE NOT SENTINELS HERE
A KIND OF VIATICUM
T. Dallas Saylor
IN CONVERSATION: Brent Armendinger, Angela Peńaredondo, and Michelle Brittan Rosado
Liz Harmer and Sam Risak
BOOK REVIEW: If This Is the Age We End Discovery by
BOOK REVIEW: The Dolphin House by Richard O’Brien