by Ana Quiring

On Shirley Jackson and Staying Inside


The malcontents of quarantine life—especially for women—recall other forms of domestic confinement, from self-inflicted agoraphobia to endless household drudgery. 

Kathryn Smith


You can start looking for things that aren’t there. If a poem elicits an emotional response, you don’t need to pull it apart to figure out why.

LOTE – Shola von Reinhold


The core tension of a recovery narrative, which LOTE explores in lush detail, is that many lost writers have been forgotten (or, more likely, suppressed) for a reason.