For George Floyd, Age 46 Don’t loot. Don’t shoot. Don’t sit. Don’t stand. Don’t look. Don’t touch. Don’t speak. Don’t ride. Don’t march. Don’t shout. Don’t kneel. Don’t vote. Don’t […]
Limitations are your ally. The challenge is finding them and seeing them.
I envy people who get to talk about what is wrong with them without ever giving it a name.
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I’m less interested in the question of what defines poetry versus prose and more interested in why we have certain assumptions about what fiction is
Michael T. Smith is an Assistant Professor of English who teaches both writing and film courses. He has published over 150 pieces (poetry and prose) in over 80 different journals. […]
We’re excited to welcome new Associate Creative Nonfiction Editor Lesley Heiser! Lesley Heiser’s work appears or is forthcoming in Boulevard, Puerto del Sol, DIAGRAM, Silk Road, Stirring, The Rumpus, The […]
No, this isn’t anxiety—anxiety is defined by uncertainty. But she is certain.
The fiction of Leonard Cohen Fifty independent black-owned bookstores you can support today Kacen Callender’s Felix Ever After should serve as an example to everyone writing queer YA One writer’s fascination […]
But we forget to notice our own undoing and clench onto the hope that we are, all of us, looking