Editor’s Feature


We have responsibilities to our stories: A Conversation with Writer & Artist Amalia Melis – curated by Kristina Marie Darling

Amalia Melis was born and raised in New York. She is a freelance hard news/feature writer who has worked from New York and Athens, Greece.  She has published interviews with two Pulitzer Prize winning authors Michael Cunningham and Frank McCourt. She is an essayist and fiction writer as well. Her […]


“The Primal Wound: Viewing and Reviewing Personal History” – a Conversation with Megan Galbraith and a Folio of Hybrid Writing – curated by Emma Bolden

Megan Culhane Galbraith is a 2016 Saltonstall Fellow and Director of the GIV/Young Writers Institute at Bennington College. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Catapult, Longreads, PANK, Hotel Amerika, The Manifest-Station, The Review Review, Literary Orphans, The Lost Daughters, and ASSAY: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies, among […]


David Blair Interviews Stephanie Burt About AFTER CALLIMACHUS

Stephanie Burt is Professor of English at Harvard and the author of several books of poetry and literary criticism, most recently After Callimachus (Princeton UP, 2020); Don’t Read Poetry: A Book About How to Read Poems (Basic, 2019); and Advice from the Lights (Graywolf, 2017), an NEA Big Read Selection. Ask her about the X-Men.   […]


The Conditions that Make Our Story Possible: A Conversation with Cassie Donish – by Zach Savich

Cassie Donish is a queer Jewish writer from Los Angeles. They are the author of the poetry collections The Year of the Femme (University of Iowa Press, 2019), chosen by Brenda Shaughnessy as winner of the Iowa Poetry Prize, and Beautyberry (Slope Editions, 2018). Their nonfiction work On the Mezzanine (Gold Line Press, 2019) was chosen by Maggie Nelson as […]


Katherine Hollander Interviews Elaine Johanson About AND AND

Elaine Johanson is a Philadelphia based writer and artist. She recently published And And, a chapbook of poems and photographs, with photographer and designer Jan C. Almquist.   Katherine Hollander: Elaine, thank you so much for talking with me about your new book, And And!  Elaine Johanson: Hi, Katie! I’m […]