Posts Tagged "short fiction review"

Words for Thought—July 2017

by on Jul 31, 2017 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Welcome to July’s Words for Thought! It’s the end of June as I write this, and the air outside feels like soup. Everything is sticky and sweaty and maybe that’s why I found myself drawn to stories of isolation, people cut off from society and humanity. Even if the...

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Words for Thought — June 2017

by on Jun 30, 2017 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Welcome to another installment of Words for Thought. This month’s stories are all about families by choice, and families by blood – losing them, finding them, and trying to understand them. Cooking with Closed Mouths by Kerry Truong...

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Words for Thought — May 2017

by on Apr 27, 2017 in Blog, Nonfiction | 0 comments

Welcome to another edition of Words for Thought. This time around, the stories are all about new worlds, new modes of existence, and shifting to new ways of thinking after encountering the unknown. The Cold, Lonely Waters by Aimee Ogden in the March issue of Shimmer is a gorgeously...

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Words for Thought–April 2017

by on Mar 30, 2017 in Nonfiction | 2 comments

It’s spring, a time to consider the cycle of death and rebirth, new life emerging from the blanket of winter. Some of these stories do feature literal rebirth, but what really ties them together is the question of what it means to be alive in the first place. What does it mean to...

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Words for Thought–March 2017

by on Feb 27, 2017 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Welcome to March’s Words for Thoughts. This month’s stories are apt for the current political climate, portraying tension between the self and the other, suspicion, distrust, but also healing and hope. Black Like Them by Troy L. Wiggins, published in Issue 39 of Fireside...

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