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Christi Craig · 2d ago

#FamilyStories Meet the Author: Margaret Krell

This post is part of an interview series featuring the authors of Family Stories from the Attic, an anthology of essays, creative nonfiction, and poetry inspired by family letters, objects, ...
Christi Craig · 1W ago

#FamilyStories Meet the Author: Julia Gimbel

This post is part of an interview series featuring the authors of Family Stories from the Attic, an anthology of essays, creative nonfiction, and poetry inspired by family letters, objects, ...
Christi Craig · 2W ago

#FamilyStories Meet the Author: Sally Cissna

This post is part of an interview series featuring the authors of Family Stories from the Attic, an anthology of essays, creative nonfiction, and poetry inspired by family letters, objects, ...
Christi Craig · 2W ago

A Picture and a Thousand Words: Guest Post by Kim Suhr

“Leathery oak leaves grip my soles, and I am stunned by the realization that I must get used to seeing you from this vantage point — the back of your head bobbing, you running, running, runn...
Christi Craig · 3W ago

#FamilyStories Meet the Author: JoAnne Bennett

This post is part of an interview series featuring the authors of Family Stories from the Attic, an anthology of essays, creative nonfiction, and poetry inspired by family letters, objects, ...
Christi Craig · 4W ago

Wordless Wednesday: The Biggest News in Town

Christi Craig · 1M ago

Letters from Yesterday, a Note for Tomorrow

In the recesses of my closet sits an old Birkenstock shoe box full of letters: updates from a best friend, love letters from my husband-to-be, simple notes from my dad–one note addressed to ...
Christi Craig · 1M ago

#CaringForCommunity: Inside & Outside

#CaringForCommunity is a blog series that spotlights the work of writers, artists, or your next-door neighbors who, without being asked and without pay, carry the light in simple but meaning...
Christi Craig · 1M ago

Remington Roundup: #Promos & #Poetry

The month of April brings promotional excitement and poetic expression, along with rain and a little sun and signs of spring. In fact, starting Saturday, you can find several hiking excursio...
Christi Craig · 1M ago

Q&A (& #Giveaway) with Poet, Christina Kubasta, Author of &s

“On the backyard firepit, a cicada / anchors itself…it splits / its own back, and emerges, lime green / and terrible: splayed / over the carcass of itself.”         ~ from “Reconciliation” i...