One of the great ideas I come back to as a writer is Milan Kundera’s concept of the novel (and novelist) as posers of questions, not dispensers of answers.
Envy is a regular part of my life, and it’s a question of what to do with it.
Blue Field by Elise Levine Biblioasis, 2016 200 Pages, $14.95 978-1771961516 Elise Levine’s Blue Field starts slow, setting up its characters and their relationships carefully, like dominoes to be […]
The gates had names. Karusell. The Steilhong. The Bruckenschuss. Alte Schien. Seilampsprung. Next, the Zielsprung. Then, turning right, he caught the mountain. The right knee dead against the ice. That was where it was supposed to be. The left ski, not, it was catching a groove, and started to slide towards the right one.
You loomed above me in bed and I saw it, too late to ask—the inky name engraved on your bicep. Lucille.
I’ll Tell You in Person by Chloe Caldwell 164 pages Coffee House Press, 2016 ISBN: 978-1566894531 When Chloe Caldwell was writing her third book, I’ll Tell You in Person, […]
He first saw the band in ‘79 when you were negative ten years old.
“If a man looks to have been drinking, steer clear of em, Jenner. You hear?” Auntie’s eyes were sharp and clear. I had never seen them any other way. […]
Submissions are now being accepted at End of 83, a literary magazine published online and in print by the Baltimore Writing Hour, a public writing group in Baltimore, MD. End of 83 […]
She Named Him Michael by Heather Rounds Ink Press Productions, 2017 69 Pages, $13.00 http://www.inkpressproductions.com/_p/prd1/4617196321/product/she-named-him-michael-pre-sale She Named Him Michael by Heather Rounds, starts out with a small family who […]