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by Lee Nash | Jun 6, 2017 | Poetry | 0
Please welcome Lee Nash and her two poignant poems, "Grace aux épaules" and "You Too Must Eat of the Honeycomb."
by Elizabeth Spencer | Jun 18, 2017 | Book Reviews | 0
Lincoln in the Bardo seeks to answer two questions: How does a parent go on living after the unimaginable loss of a child? And where do we go, what happens to us, after we die?
by Jennifer Batchelor | Jun 12, 2017 | Essays | 3
Who wants to look back at the end of his or her life and say, “Wow, I sure lived efficiently?"
by Jessica Evans | Jun 14, 2017 | Fiction | 0
I’ve often wondered if your war is the same kind of war that everyone else is fighting – a war on the very sense of self that makes us human.
by Jana Llewellyn | Jun 4, 2017 | Essays | 0
Love doesn’t come in finite qualities.
by Tom Gumbert | May 30, 2017 | Fiction | 6
The house is quiet, except for the sound of the coffee maker and I’m thankful she doesn’t force me to lie about my intentions.
by Lisa Mullenneaux | May 28, 2017 | Essays | 1
We aren’t born human; we learn to be human, and that’s more easily accomplished if we value empathy.