It bubbles up when there is time and space and when the pressures of the world are to great to bear. Oh the world is so dry when it leaves for a while, but, like the tides, it flows back in just when you need it the most.
Here is the cover art done for the September 6, 2012 issue of the San Diego Reader commissioned by Howie Rosen. The story is about the fight to save and clean up the Rio Alamar which is being encased in concrete by the Mexican government. The river starts in the United States crosses the border into Mexico, then feeds the Tijuana River which pollutes both Mexico and the United States.