What is a winged seed?
“I decided to protect it, to care for it. I fed it good food, I worked with it, I played with it. But most of all, I gave it my attention.” (What Do You Do With An Idea? by Kobi Yamada)
A winged seed is an idea that is born as an offshoot of another idea that appears to the world in the form of documentaries, books, films, chapbooks, art exhibitions to mention a few, and then goes on to take a life of its own. The world traditionally calls such a winged seed a review.
We are looking for reviews of artistic documents and exhibitions for this section. However, we are looking for reviews that not only capture the narrative of a creative piece, but also delve deep into its philosophy.
We are open to the idea of coordinating a match between willing reviewers and creative pieces to be reviewed.
Submissions to Winged Seeds are open all year round.
Submissions to WINGED SEEDS should be sent to thepineconereview@gmail com with the subject line: WINGED SEEDS .
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Review of “After the fall of a cloud” by Oindri Sengupta
Candice Louisa Daquin
It’s hard to place the infusion of senses you get when reading modern Indian poetry but there is an intangible distinction that is entirely different to Western poetry. I would say it is a redolence of intent.