In "Rain Frames," Luesebrink uses "color clues, sound, images, graphic design, and text to tell the story of a woman who meets an old lover on a rainy day--and spends the afternoon with him. During the afternoon, we may imagine, she revisits the memories of her past engagement with him--which ended during another rainy year." -- Marjorie Luesebrink, in Word Circuits
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Marjorie Luesebrink donated this work to the Electronic Literature Lab in September of 2021. Copy media format: web.