February 11, 2016

Richie Hofmann and Katherine Robinson discuss artifice, mythology, grieving, memory, and silence.

February 10, 2016

Dark green fir trees lined the road. I knew they hadn’t forgotten when I tried and failed to take care of the small injured bird I’d brought home the previous fall. Trees never forget anything.

February 6, 2016

Never again will I feed the mustangs my mind,
Outstretched in the grey moon of morning.

February 5, 2016

Grow as a writer, a poet, a consumer, a human being—and do it while laughing, remembering home, or teetering on the edge of your seat.

reviewed by Julia Lichtblau
February 2, 2016

Every so often a contemporary novel makes me want to go back to college—not because I don’t get it, but because the book induces a craving to know everything about its world.