“Love at First Swipe: How Technology Is Updating the Romance Genre” Review of Voyage of the Sable Venus by Robin Coste Lewis Interview with Lila Savage, author of Say, Say, […]
Everything is easy for a man who spent his boyhood separating hides from rabbits like pulling off a tube sock.
The past, made remote by distance, isn’t ready yet to be forgotten. And the present is floating, suspended, if disjointed from its roots.
The city came in their big white trucks. They planted two orange cones around the hole, one for coming and one for going. Then, they left.
Interview with Denise Mina, author of Conviction In Class With Professor Lisa Spaar of the University of Virginia “The Warden’s Prowess” by Ethan Chatagnier Review of Symptoms of a Heartbreak […]
As artists, we will never know the full extent to which our work has affected others. But I would ask this, if you could change just one person’s life, wouldn’t it be worth it? And if that person is just you, the artist, aren’t you worth it?
We got the call about Shimon on a Friday night. No one answered the phone, of course. Not on Shabbos.
Interview with David Forbes, author of Mindfulness and Its Discontents: Education, Self, and Social Transformation “Before the Crossing” by Tallulah Pomeroy Review of Orange World and Other Stories by Karen […]
We’re excited that Longform has chosen “The Dead Man” by Cara Long Corra as their Fiction Pick of the Week!
Don’t ask her what she means when she says you or your siblings ‘don’t have enough Asian.’