Daily Archives: October 14, 2015


Echolalia by Amy Woolard

  [Dorothy, Wicked Witch of the East]   This is the scene where I’m supposed to want to go home. Sometimes your voice is like getting stitches & sometimes it’s like getting stitches removed.   The distance between my lungs & my house is the difference between yellow & gold. […]


How Immigrants Become Environmentalists by Clara Changxin Fang

  After adolescence in Mid-western small towns, shopping malls mushroomed on razed prairies, cul-de-sacs absent of sidewalks, half remembering the dream-drenched alleys with laundry in the windows, vendors selling vegetables on the back of their bicycles, the fields in which you wandered chaperoned by geese—   You were a boy […]