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In “An Eye on the Indies” contributing blogger Lanie Tankard reviews Joy Williams’s collection of vignettes Ninety Nine Stories of God from Tin House Books.
J. G. McClure’s flash fiction story, The Deer, spotlight’s this very cool writer’s work. A car, a deer, a road… Read 2 more of his stories in our May issue!
A Special Feature Series: See Part 1 here. Resonant stories have depth. Forgettable stories don’t. Literary fiction, for example, takes us deep into the lives of characters and creates complex stories that touch upon the human condition. A good literary novel may resonate with the reader long after the book is finished. Genre fiction, many …
Richard Gilbert visits a former student’s senior art exhibition and finds himself reflecting on not only art but also teaching and writing.
Maryanne O’Hara’s affecting memoir tells the story of her adult child’s death and her reflective grief in aftermath.
DeWitt Henry’s latest Shoptalk post visits the art of revision and self editing, and tips for refining your writing after the first draft.
Sharing Stories to Heal
Sharing stories is the first step in healing, and Meg Remy found an exceptional way to start in her debut collection of essays.