Inspiration

"Indian Creek" © Bureau of Land Management; Creative Commons license

Bearing Witness, Past and Present

Oct 18, 2017

Essay by Marc Nieson

Standing before the mute petroglyphs, I found myself conjuring stories about what lay behind each rendering.

Why I Write, Nature, Truth-telling | Read More

When the Pieces Don’t Seem to Fit

Sep 25, 2017

Essay by JoeAnn Hart

I stared at the puzzle pieces, which, like my notes on the play, seemed to have nothing to do with one another.

Why I Write, About Fiction | Read More

To the Curly-Haired Barista

Sep 18, 2017

Performance Poetry by Megan LeAnne

When I asked about your tea selection, what I really meant to say was Goddamn you’re pretty.

Writing and Faith, Featured Poetry, Open Letters | Read More

Harry the Polychrome Frog

May 24, 2017

Comic by John Peacock

Is this all there is to life? Will I never feel anything grander?

Cartoons, Borders | Read More

I Dreamed I Wrote this Sestina in My Maidenform Bra

Feb 06, 2017

Poem by Denise Duhamel with Video by Brice Brown

Snow White was a respectable 36-B, just enough to hook the prince without being tawdry.

Mixed Media, Borders, Collaboration | Read More

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