Kristen Hewitt has an MFA in poetry from Warren Wilson College. Her work has been published in Orion magazine, Terrain.org, LEON Literary Review, Whitefish Review, Jabberwock, and Kestrel, and has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She was previously a Stone Court Writer-in-Residence. She’s been an editor at Orion and the Maine Review, and currently edits nonfiction, comics, and other illustrated books for PA Press. She lives in the Berkshires in western Massachusetts.
Laline Paull’s latest novel takes a dive into the ocean world of a young spinner dolphin named Ea. The members of her pod and their rivals, the neighboring Tursiops, struggle to Continue reading
AFTER THE BOSNIAN War, the forests and countryside of Bosnia-Herzegovina were littered with leftover munitions and landmines. Brett van Ort’s book Minescape is a meditation on how this land was transformed Continue reading
IN THE OPENING SCENE of MaddAddam, a woman named Toby tells a story to a strange new race of humans: “In the beginning, you lived inside the Egg. That is where Continue reading