Contributors: Don Brady, Paul Burns, Nathan A. Cervo, Robert B. Cochran, Barbara de la Cuesta, George H. Douglas, James Doyle, Dawson Gaillard, Lee P. Gary, Jeffrey Gillenkirk, Matthew Grace, Agnes Grosse, Bruce Henricksen, Beverlee Huges, Mary Enda Hughes, Forrest L. Ingram, Richard E. Johnson, Thomas Johnson, John Judson, William Kuhns, Heidi Lemmerhirt, Lydia Mayfield, Jo A. McManis, C. J. McNaspy, Donald Moyer, Nicole Nicholson, Conrad Raabe, Lucy Reed, Steve Roday, Rochelle Ross, Nina Sandrich, Susan Fromberg Schaeffer, Harriet Sirof, Marcus Smith, Helen Sorrells, James Stewart, Francis Sullivan, James Swinnen, Janice Warnke, Thomas A. West
* New Issue *
Search Our Site
Contributors: John F. Adams, Gary Atkins, Chana Bloch, Robert Bonazzi, Myrtle Chamberlin, Judith Cooper, Michael G. Culross, Rosemary Daniell, Jeptha Evans, Timothy Findley, Charles Fishman, Hugh Fox, Thomas A. Grange, Barbara Gravelle, Myriam Griffith, Barbara Terry Grimes, Bruch Henricksen, Robert …0
We Were The People Who Moved, by David Ebenbach. Tebot Bach, 2015. $16, 95 pages.
We Were The People Who Moved (Tebot Bach 2015) is David Ebenbach’s fifth book and first full-length poetry collection. Concerned with both place …5
|My desire is the pleasure of waking moments after the person asleep beside me has risen to leave, having been however briefly peripheral to her consideration of sleep. A moment particular, composed within the ephemera of each hour. Though the|
The Riddle Song and Other Rememberings, by Rebecca McClanahan. University of Georgia Press, 2012. $19.95, 192 pages.
The Riddle Song, first published by the University of Georgia Press in 2002, was reissued in paperback in 2012. The title, as …3
One thing any scientist understands is failure.
Many research projects fail to produce results
and nature’s own products often suck
—look at a duck: you think it’s going to
survive natural selection? A quack in New Jersey
and bam: mutation, extinction …
Robin Andreasen: Your work in crisis art or docufiction, including incisive discussions of serial killers, prisoners, artists (the piece on Van Gogh in Anti-Twitter still haunts me), suggests that it is primarily through dialogue and engagement with the most abject, …0
The Gods Are Dead, by Joanna C. Valente. Deadly Chaps, 2016. $12, 98 pages.
In Joanna C. Valente’s The Gods Are Dead, Tarot is combined with the themes of love, fear, sex, and existentialism. Transforming the idea of the …4
“I’m going to need to return a piranha,” Zeirna Brinck said to the man at Red C Exotics.
“Did I sell you a piranha?”
“Then it’s not a return.”
Zeirna studied the man. Receding hairline. Odd blue dot on …13
In this piece, a Japanese maple in its first spring bloom of purple flowering is shrunk to a thousandth of a millimeter. The maple is then encased in a glass box only slightly larger than the tree itself. …1
For four months after Katrina, my family split into uneven halves. My husband lived in Baton Rouge, and I took our son, Andrew, to Houston for his fall semester. He went to Jesuit High School and four hundred of the …1