News
"The Art of Living with the Unacceptable," an essay by Miranda Perrone.

“The Art of Living with the Unacceptable,” an essay by Miranda Perrone.

The ballast of civil disobedience … “It is possible to break the law without being disobedient, and to disobediently follow it.” Sixshooter Peaks, Bears Ears National Monument. Bob Wick, U.S. Bureau of Land Management. – This feature is also available, in slightly different format, on Medium. – The Art of Living with the Unacceptable —...
Contributor News: Jonathan Machen's Solo Show at the Museum of Boulder

Contributor News: Jonathan Machen’s Solo Show at the Museum of Boulder

Jonathan Machen, whose painting Unite with Love, Resist with Love capped off 2017 for us, has a solo show opening at the Boulder History Museum on August 16: “Boulder Through the Decades.” Comprising over 40 works in oil, watercolor, pen-and-ink and plein-air pencil and chalk studies, this exhibit is a wide-ranging artistic study of Boulder’s natural and...
Contributor News: Harry Kollatz, Jr., publishes a novel.

Contributor News: Harry Kollatz, Jr., publishes a novel.

Harry Kollatz, Jr., who wrote about our former office’s very own block of Broad Street in Richmond, Virginia, has now published his first novel: Carlisle Montgomery. Carlisle is “six-foot-five, redheaded, pigtailed, gap-and-buck-toothed, nine-fingered, guitar-playing,” and thoroughly beguiling as she launches a musical career in the 1990s, somewhere between grunge and Garth Brooks. She is brought to...
Contributor News: Walter Cummins publishes a new book of essays.

Contributor News: Walter Cummins publishes a new book of essays.

Walter Cummins’s latest book is a collection of essays, Death, Cancer, Madness, Meaning, just published in Spring 2019 with del Sol Press. In it you’ll find the essay he contributed to our “Small Things, Partial Cures” issue: “Commitment,” a memoir of consigning a beloved wife to the care of an institution. Read that heartbreaking essay here–then buy...
Contributor News: Robert Alter's translation of the Hebrew Bible is now complete.

Contributor News: Robert Alter’s translation of the Hebrew Bible is now complete.

Esteemed translator and literary scholar Robert Alter, who contributed translations of Yehuda Amichai’s poetry to our very first issue, has finished a project two decades in the making: an accurate, nuanced, and annotated translation of the Hebrew Bible. The Hebrew Bible: A Translation with Commentary is a hefty three-volume boxed set comprising 3,500 pages.  Alter’s...