Inspiration

“New Yorker Puzzle 1” © JoeAnn Hart; used with permission

When the Pieces Don’t Seem to Fit

Sep 25, 2017

Essay by JoeAnn Hart

I stared at the puzzle pieces, which, like my notes on the play, seemed to have nothing to do with one another.

Why I Write, About Fiction | Read More

To the Curly-Haired Barista

Sep 18, 2017

Performance Poetry by Megan LeAnne

When I asked about your tea selection, what I really meant to say was Goddamn you’re pretty.

Writing and Faith, Featured Poetry, Open Letters | Read More

Harry the Polychrome Frog

May 24, 2017

Comic by John Peacock

Is this all there is to life? Will I never feel anything grander?

Cartoons, Borders | Read More

I Dreamed I Wrote this Sestina in My Maidenform Bra

Feb 06, 2017

Poem by Denise Duhamel with Video by Brice Brown

Snow White was a respectable 36-B, just enough to hook the prince without being tawdry.

Mixed Media, Borders, Collaboration | Read More

Church Pew in Transit

Dec 26, 2016

Flash Nonfiction by Laura Page

The boy’s pulse listed as he helped me learn the jerk of the clutch.

Writing and Faith, Flash Nonfiction | Read More

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