We destroy the beauty of the countryside because the un-appropriated splendors of nature have no economic value. We are capable of shutting off the sun and the stars because they do not pay a dividend. — John Maynard Keynes
If you, like me, are writing for little magazines, you must have asked yourself these unanswerable questions posed by the prolific James Sallis. Also, be sure to read the poem On Being Published by Beverly Jackson. A generous colleague at Zoetrope.com, Alan C. Baird, has shared these.