Lisa Wells is a poet and nonfiction writer whose work has appeared in the New York Times, Harper’s, Granta, The Believer, and n+1. She lives in Seattle and is an editor for The Volta and Letter Machine Editions.
How shall we live after the collapse? Continue reading
This essay is a follow-up to the author’s “Views of the Apocalypse,” a feature in the Winter 2019 issue. CRISES LIKE STORMS, OR HEARTBREAK, OR ILLNESS, have a way of Continue reading
IN THE TIBER VALLEY, about an hour’s drive north of Rome, there is a little medieval village called Orvieto. It was first platted by the Etruscans in the ninth century BCE, Continue reading