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Mayra David discusses the phenomenon of the "Third Culture Kid" and how it informs and shapes the kid and her creative w...
Naomi Benaron shares the Afghan Women's Writing Project, where: To Tell One’s Story Is A Human Right.
Tori Grant Wellhouse reveiws Nothing Daunted, the story of America in the early 1900’s, the settlement of the West, an...
Kylie Grant reviews "The Death of Carrie Bradshaw," a tender story of one man’s secret love for one of his students, c...
Alexa Mergen explores women poets and the nature poem: "As women and as poets, we speak for our country and our planet."...
Ramona Ausubel’s fantastical debut novel, No One Is Here Except All Of Us, is a story of a small Jewish village trying...
Me and Dorothy Day meet for coffee and watery soup at a downtown five-and-dime lunch counter. Me, a cub reporter; she, a...
my heart is open country now low sky on a flat plain a lone horse splits its hoof on a stone hobbles off * mountains hol...
Traci Brimhall’s second poetry collection, Our Lady of the Ruins, winner of the Barnard Women Poets Prize, taps Traci ...
Tori Grant-Welhouse writes about The Chalk Circle, a new anthology of intercultural prize-winning essays and finds that ...
Because desperate men fight always to control something— this time it is ma’a, the water as it disappears— this gi...
Father and I were skipping stones when I was five. I missed the pond, hit him in the ear with a big rock. It hurt. He la...
Kate Robinson reviews Anna Quindlen's new memoir, Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake: "Quindlen tells us how she sees it, f...
Deborah Scroggins’ nonfiction book Wanted Women: Faith, Lies & the War on Terror: The Lives of Ayaan Hirsi Al...