Journal Highlight: Triple Canopy Issue #6

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Among the many offerings of Triple Canopy Issue #6 “Urbanisms: Model Cities,” are three standout pieces.

“What is the Antique in Truro: A Portfolio” is a stunning collection of Adam Davies’ photographic portraits of American cities that have endured mass exoduses after the collapse of their mainstay industries.

In “Infrastructure for Souls” Joseph Clarke compares megachurches to well-run companies, tracing the parallel development in design of the corporate-organizational complex and the corresponding structural arrangement of churches.

“Virtual Bowery” takes you through Dan Torop’s stint at Eyebeam, where his fascination with trumpeter swans, the behavioral rules of birds, and “the purity of algorithm and language” committed his plan of reconstituting the Bowery circa 1997 to an unexpected deviation.


Rozalia Jovanovic is a founding editor of Gigantic, a magazine of short prose and art. She is the Deputy Editor of Flavorpill and has received fellowships from The MacDowell Colony and Columbia University. Her writing has appeared or is forthcoming from Unsaid, The Believer, Everyday Genius, Guernica, elimae, and Esquire.com. She blogs at The Astonishing Egg and is The Rumpus New York Editor. More from this author →