Vol. 2, Issue 24

“The language, the vibrant descriptions of place, pristine and ravaged, put us in the bodies of these women, ask us to look through their eyes at the beauty of environments we’ve perhaps never considered before. [Trespass is] a collection about the way we navigate our world, our places, our bodies. The way we navigate the places we belong, the places we want to belong, the places we should belong, and the places we don’t.”

-A. Poythress, Review of Trespass: Ecotone Essayists Beyond the Boundaries of Place, Identity, and Feminism

Pride | Fiction

Pride | Fiction

Yes, we have killed people, and they deserved it. We’re poacher hunters, from Frankfort, Kentucky, moved to Africa to work alongside the Big Game Protection Agency. They gave us a gun, a uniform,a four-by-four, and a target. We camp in the desert, crammed in tents....
Two Leaves | Visual Art

Two Leaves | Visual Art

Two Leaves All of my pictures are manipulated photographs. After publishing three novels, I turned to making pictures seven years ago when I began to experience vision problems that prevented me from reading or writing except for very brief stretches. I fell in love...

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