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Kathleen Spivack: Shaping What You Write

Oct 02, 2017

TW Interview by Jennifer Jean

You really have to swim down into yourself when you’re writing, which is why people confuse it all with mental illness.

Featured Interview, About Poetry, Illness | Read More

Twelve Tips for Living in the South

Sep 18, 2017

Feature by Allison Futterman

I’ve learned to live among the blooming trees, Sunday church traffic, and love of bacon.

Advice, Truth-telling, Communication | Read More

Eight Novels to Prepare You for the End of Civilization

Mar 20, 2017

Feature by Tim Weed

If you’re stocking the shelves of your survival shelter, don’t forget to throw in a few gripping novels.

Advice, Book Reviews, Reader's Life | Read More

Words to Light the Way

Dec 05, 2016

Theme Essay by Wendy Brown-Báez

When my youngest son died by his own hand, my life shattered, and my faith crumbled.

Writing and Faith, Teaching | Read More

Doing Lines

Feb 29, 2016

Essay by William Horwath

Lines don’t come cheap or easy. It just sounds as if they do.

Teaching, Reader's Life | Read More

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