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A Way In by Tiffany Monroe

A Way In: Teaching Contemporary Poetry, Difficult and Otherwise

I worked at two decidedly non-academic jobs while finishing my MFA thesis – one in an office, the other in retail. 867 more words


Stephen Downing is Dead by Dan Goss Anderson (Media Blitz)

Fresh out of law school, Owen didn’t expect that his first case in the territory of Arizona would be a murder trial, where he would be called to defend a Mexican national accused of killing a respected townsperson. 696 more words


What I've been up to: Thesis Semester of my MFA

You, my loyal readers have probably been wondering where the heck I have been.  As you probably know I am currently in an MFA Painting and Drawing program and am currently in my last semester.   336 more words

The Trenchant is Poetic: Notes on “Washing Palms” by Douglas Manuel from Issue 298.3

“Washing Palms” came to me the way most poems do, from things I hear people say and from memory. In this case, the words I remembered were my father’s. 437 more words

North American Review

This Is My Love Letter to Goddard

The first love letter I ever wrote was in Kindergarten to a boy I won’t name (because I’m friends with his wife on Facebook).  I wrote some in high school, to a high school sweetheart.   355 more words