"We need to defamiliarize our processes and our ideas. Throw some metaphorical wrenches into the machinery just to see what happens..." Dan Chilton unpacks "the pressures of literary realism on those approaching publishing."
"Her torso was bent forward, her nose almost touching the tabletop. She made small, frantic motions with her fingers, as if rushing to knit a sweater for a pet gerbil or create a tiny tapestry for a dollhouse wall..."
"The trail is a sentence that I write with my steps, punctuating and accenting with the strict rhythm of my breath, an organic and lived poem etched into the land as it burns me anew..." Jacey de la Torre on discovering self and story through running.