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November 20, 2017

by JOHN HOUSTON MANGUM Uncle Dan collapsed outside a Piggly-Wiggly, so Dad got called over to the hospital in Bay Saint Louis. The next day, Mom and I rode over there and saw him in that adjustable bed, about to … Read more

Wie Wir Schlafen (The Way We Sleep)

November 17, 2017

— Poet: Farhad Showghi is a psychiatrist, poet and translator who resides in Hamburg, Germany. He is the author of the poetry collections Die große Entfernung, Ende des Stadtplans and In verbrachter Zeit. Ende des Stadtplans was published in English … Read more

Savage Theories: A Review

November 15, 2017

by JAMES COBB Savage Theories by Paola Oloixarac. Translated by Roy Kesey. Soho Press, 2017, pp. 304. Pola Oloixarac’s novel Savage Theories is a work of academic fiction. That is to say, it is not a fictional version of an academic paper but a novel … Read more

A Conversation with Cassandra Passarelli

November 8, 2017

CQ: What’s your academic background? Do you have an MFA? If so, from where? Did you find it useful professionally and creatively? What has the effect on the field of creative writing been from the proliferation of these programs? CP: I … Read more