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This essay by Anne Sage first appeared in Offscreen Issue 12 (now sold out). 2013 was a rough year. I moved from San Francisco to Los Angeles. I walked away from the thriving business I’d helped to...
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This essay by Natasha Lampard first appeared in Offscreen Issue 15 (now sold out). In a picturesque valley, nestled in the southern alps of Japan’s Yamanashi prefecture, lies a traditional Japanese hot spring hotel, an on...
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Unsplash, the photo-sharing site that lets you download and use thousands of free photos without any restrictions, has become a bit of a phenomenon. What started as a side project attracted tens of millions of ...
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