“Sometimes the only remedy for a piece of writing is a fire.”
This month’s newsletter features Why We Chose It by International Editor, John Kinsella, a podcast with Lauren Redniss, and much more!
“Without reading, I don’t think I would have any desire to be a writer.”
Like a yellow light means drive faster.
Like the metal stem of an umbrella
makes one feel larger in a lightning storm.
Like night makes passages vaster.
Like death makes words mean more.
Like rain fills footprints a fox left in silt.
Translated from French by S. C. Delaney and Agnès Potier
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Featuring Why We Chose It by International Editor John Kinsella, the Science Writing Symposium at Kenyon, and more!
This month’s newsletter features Why We Chose It by Associate Editor, Sergei Lobanov-Rostovsky, a podcast with Solmaz Sharif, and much more!
Why We Chose It by Associate Editor Kirsten Reach, the Winner of the Grodd Poetry Prize, and more!