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The Summer of Dead Birds | Book Review

The Summer of Dead Birds | Book Review

The Summer of Dead Birds by Ali Liebegott ISBN: 9781936932504 Feminist Press, 2019 103 pages, $17.95 The fourth book by Ali Liebegott, a double Lambda Literary Award winner and writer for the television show Transparent, is an elegy of loss and life, heartbreak and...
Forsyth County Cartography | Poetry

Forsyth County Cartography | Poetry

concrete sidewalks cut through suburbs that dial 911, call ma’am, what’s your emergency? there’s a man outside, praying I think, he’s not from here, he’s not from here—branched streets of three-story houses and flat screen TVs, asbestos walls beyond,...
Deep in the Heart of Texas | Nonfiction

Deep in the Heart of Texas | Nonfiction

Everything’s bigger in Texas. Hairstyles. Speed limits. Greenhouse gases. And this cutting board – a recent gift purchased there by my daughter, a born-and-bred Georgia girl with indigo eyes and a penchant for digging up rocks in strange places. A coffee cup bearing...
From the Editor: What We’re Thankful For

From the Editor: What We’re Thankful For

You know that moment after Thanksgiving dinner, where everybody is still lingering around the dinner table, reluctant to clean up, maybe still nursing a beverage or a dessert? Most of the bickering came out over the meal—the politics and avoiding politics, the...
Joy | Photography

Joy | Photography

Joy Taken in the northern suburbs of Atlanta, GA, this portrait uses a wide-open aperture to remove the one branch and the subject from the rest of the forest. To me, this photographic isolation represents an experience of growing up in the South as a person of color...

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