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Link: A Critical Journal on the Arts, Issue Two: You are Here Paperback – June 1, 1997
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Highlights include Megan Hamilton's essay on the history of Baltimore's alternative and performance scene, and Peter Walsh's crazy and rambling essay: Escape Velocity vs. the Home-Grown Product, aka Some Ruminations on the Pleasure of Making Art in your own Backyard. Perhaps your city doesn't have what it takes to produce the likes of John Waters, but if Baltimore can produce a periodical as good as Link, surely your town can have a go. --Flash Art, March-April 1998
While [Link] records [Baltimore's] sometimes off-the-wall alternative scene, it's a serious, thought-provoking, readable publication, stylishly produced. --The Baltimore Sun, July 20, 1997
Baltimore's plucky arts magazine, Link, is back for a second edition, devoted to an examination of the relationship between place and the making of art (the influence of Charm City on its own creative community, of course, is chiefly cited). Titled: You are Here, the issue is even bigger and better than last summer's sold-out debut, this time featuring a full color cover wrapped around 180 pages of history and analysis, poetry and art, including Carl Clark's black-and-white photographic portfolio of Baltimore churchgoing women in their Sunday best. --The Washington Post, September 11, 1997
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