Review: My Only Wife

The Reviewed: My Only Wife by Jac Jemc The Reviewer: Joellyn Powers *** My hope is that people will find a page and read it. I hope they’ll fall in love with it and look for the book. If you ever wanted to know what it was like to be married to your best friend […]

Five poems by Buddy Wakefield

A Hole In God from Gentleman Practice you appeared like a body bag fulla hymnal books unzipped in half I never saw so many door jams fall outta anyone’s mouth into math like that when Tennessee put its crooked smile on a wadded up map and sent you packin’ west good gospel gospel got god […]

About Reading Diaries, About Being Lost, About Cheating, About Family, and About Love: A Conversation with Chloe Caldwell

Chloe Caldwell is the author of the essay collection Legs Get Led Astray (Future Tense Books). Her essays have appeared in The Rumpus, The Nervous Breakdown, Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood and Freerange Nonfiction. She is the founder and curator of the Hudson River Loft Reading Series. She lives in upstate New York. More at *** UFR: […]

Guest Post: Christine Truong of Superstition Review

In this blog post, Christine Truong, Art Editor for Issue 9 of Superstition Review, describes her experience as an undergraduate intern. Christine is majoring in English Literature and minoring in Art History at Arizona State University. Superstition Review is ASU’s online literary magazine, which publishes Art, Fiction, Interviews, Nonfiction, and Poetry twice a year in […]

Reading the Groove: Maria McKee

Robert Stapleton’s Reading the Groove offers brief conversations with writers about the intersection of music, rhythm, language, inspiration, and occasional bad taste. To go to the column page, please click here. Maria McKee was the singer and founding member of the seminal roots rock band Lone Justice. As a singer-songwriter she has released five studio albums and scored a […]