If Stephanie Land is not on your radar, you might want to get a new one. Right after you pick up a copy of her blistering-hot memoir, Maid….
Category: January-February 2019
CRAFT: Five Lessons From Yoga That Apply to Writing by Michelle Levy
I hadn’t written in twenty years. Well, I’d written—plenty—but hadn’t called myself a writer since grad school.
WRITING LIFE: Mining for Miracles by Tawni Waters
I’m hiding in a cabin in the woods right now. I told my friends and family I was going away for a few weeks, but it’s been a few months…
Review: Woman at the Devil’s Door: The Untold True Story of the Hampstead Murderess by Sarah Beth Hopton
According to the Radford Serial Killer Database, serial killers are ten times more likely to be male than female…
Review: I Don’t Belong Here by Melissa Grunow
Melissa Grunow’s book, I Don’t Belong Here collects previously published essays that document various events in the author’s life…
Review: Bitterroot: A Salish Memoir of Transracial Adoption (American Indian Lives) by Susan Devan Harness
Susan Harness’ Bitterroot is a poignant personal journey of coming to terms with identity and history.
Steps to Becoming Fine: As Lived By My Mother by Raksha Vasudevan
Get married too young. Forget finishing your Master’s, forget becoming a professor like your father.
Hide and Seek by Kathryn Leehane
Two decades ago my older brother pried open the doors of a moving bus and jumped out.
Thirty-Six Views of the Nuclear Reactor by Will Dowd
The two-story dome at the corner of Albany Street and Massachusetts Ave is a functioning nuclear reactor.
Comorbidity by Margie Sarsfield
When I was twelve I asked Jeeves how much grass I needed to eat to make myself sick.