One poem in this collection, titled “The Dreams That Cried,” begins: “Things become other things, she said. / It’s what’s inside them, I guess.” The poem’s narrator ponders the strangeness of folklore and the stories that... Read More
When Sebastian Bryant arrives at the end of a winding road in the mountains of Kentucky looking for the ideal photograph, Hesketh Day asks him if he has come to “show everybody how sorry it is.” The encounter highlights the tension... Read More
Disentangling the complicated intersections of faith and American identity drive the progression of the twenty-three poems that make up "Beloved Idea". The 2003 winner of the Robert Phillips Poetry Chapbook Prize, this is Killough’s... Read More
The Spanish Inquisition, which instituted mass conversions of Jews to Catholicism and the expulsion of the Moors, was only reluctantly endorsed by the Roman Catholic Church. Instead, it was largely a political maneuver by Ferdinand V and... Read More
It is a little known fact of the French Revolution that a team of Americans plotted with members of the French ancièn regime to relocate the French monarchy to Azilum, a secret town located on the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania.... Read More
For more than a century, being modern has been understood to mean suffering under a fragmented consciousness, unable to fully narrate experience. This anthology celebrates the fragment in a collection of pieces by thirty-seven different... Read More
This must be a new section. We don't have much available for it yet. Head on over to our homepage for a wider selection of content.