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New online magazine features dispatches from Three Rivers and beyond

Topology Magazine

Topology Magazine

Summer tends to be our busy season at the Huss Project, but you know we won’t be caught bored in the fall! Exhibit A: we’ve just launched a new online publication called Topology Magazine, which will contain stories, poems and images inspired by the various places where people find themselves. You’ll recognize some of our contributors from the Three Rivers area, but our local folks will be joined by others from throughout the country and around the world.  What we’ll all have in common is a desire to commit to the places where we live for better or for worse because we believe that such a commitment is an important antidote to the ills of a throwaway society.

To get an idea of what to expect from Topology, check out my opening editorial, which is all about the role that Hoffman Road has played in my life.  Our early pieces have found our authors listening to the radio in a farm field, enjoying a sauna in northern Michigan, contemplating what it means to belong on a walk through a California neighborhood, appreciating the beauty of the Pealer Street Bridge, and much more!

We hope you’ll take a look and become a regular reader.  You can stay connected through our Topology Facebook page (bonus points if you can identify the view in the banner image), or by signing up for the weekly e-mail digest on the Topology web site (scroll down and look in the right hand column).

Kirstin Vander Giessen-Reitsma

Kirstin is a member of the *culture is not optional core community and is the Head Caretaker at GilChrist Retreat Center.