NONFICTION by KATHLEEN HEIL
I once knew a Kiwi who spoke English with an English accent because his mother paid for elocution lessons, or—conjecture—there was a teaspoon of self-loathing wrapped up in his identity.
NONFICTION by CAITIE LEIBMAN
You see so many animals trying to cross the road in October, at this time of year, just wanting to cross the road.
BOOK REVIEW by ANA REYES
Ava Leavell Haymon’s latest book, Eldest Daughter, explores relationships between daughters and fathers on multiple levels, including real, spiritual, and allegorical.
NONFICTION by BRYAN VANDYKE
There’s only one place to start and that’s at the end, or at what feels like the end: when word gets out that Osama bin Laden is dead.
NONFICTION by NANCY CARONIA
This is what I do not want to admit: I have a crush on my twenty-one-year-old Mennonite mechanic.
BOOK REVIEW by ANNA WILSON
Matt Kish illustrates Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness and The Desert Places, a hybrid text by Amber Sparks and Robert Kloss.
NONFICTION by LYNN CASTEEL HARPER
We all have histories of fire within. We’ve scorched and been scorched, and burn still.
NONFICTION by CARRIE MURPHY
Each person is a person in the world, until they are not. Every death is sudden.
BOOK REVIEW by STEPHANIE ALEXANDER
Like the John Donne collection of the same name, Muldoon is concerned here with the slippery, shifting distinctions between song and sonnet—and, indeed, readers should check their preconceptions of what either form should do at the door.
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