They said that sometimes the kindest thing to do is let people go. And yes, in a few weeks, when the clock strikes 12 on January 1, 2017, I’m letting you go.
Stephanie Land, the writer at Stepville.com, announces her forthcoming memoir, MAID.
A the recent AWP (Association of Writers and Writing Programs) conference in Los Angeles I went to a panel discussion/tribute to Joan Didion. Turns out I am far from the only fanboy Joan Didion has. While praising, mostly, Joan Didion’s essays, the name David Foster Wallace and his long essay “A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll […]
The Jewish Art Salon
Name: Jennifer Musgrave Age: 34 Fiona: Where are you from? Jennifer: I am from beautiful southern Indiana where my ancestors have lived since the 1700s. First and foremost, I am the mother of two wonderful children, whom I love and adore. Every day, they surprise me with their intelligence and wit. I am also a […]
2017 is off and running, and I have some recent and less recent poetry news to share! To begin, my chapbook, Inside My Electric City, is out in the world! Head over to YesYes Books to bring it into yours, and get in touch if you’d like to review it or use it in an educational capacity. […] by david falor
Holly Wren Spaulding reflects on making art: “These acts originate in my commitment, my pact with myself, to pay attention to life — my one and only life — and the little world I inhabit.”
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We all have those pinnacle adult moments in our lives. Albeit our first bill, first car bought, or first big decision (not just what delivery food to order), we all have the moments beginning to define our self-sought destinies by david falor. These moments can also be horribly frightening: untimely deaths, realizing your child will live in a […]