Robert D. Kirvel's essay explores the human condition and why popular views are so often factually incorrect.
Kayla Lutes's short story "Lilacs in Memoriam" appears in November's Woven Tale Press Vol. VII #9
"The View from Senator Street" by Lisa Sinnett tells a story of domestic violence, class difference, and friendship during a Detroit childhood. From WTP Vol. VII #8.
"One large apple a day, one sleeve of graham crackers, a run across the city, a marathon walk in the afternoon, jump-rope drills, and still: I’d stare into the mirror and not see beauty. Beauty refused me."
"Hiding," creative nonfiction by Sandell Morse, appears in WTP Vol. VII #1. Read her essay on her grappling with Jewish history and identity.
Read "The Ban," a short memoir piece from Dean Kostos featured in WTP Vol. VI #9.
Dian Parker's short story "Otre Vez," from WTP Vol. VI #6.
Cynthia Close's personal essay explores the loss of her mother and family ties.
Fishing, alcohol, and World War II in Paul Corrigan's piece from Vol. V #9.
Why travel? Joan Frank's piece, from WTP Vol. V #8, highlights the little-known reasons why not.