Nonfiction 3.1

Tommy: A Memoir by Ruth Cashman

Tommy: A Memoir by Ruth Cashman

Nonfiction, Vol. 3.1, March 2009 For one blissful Saturday in November I worked in Nippers, South Wales’ self proclaimed premier clothing store—number one for tatty punk stuff and clothes only an underage prostitute or an S&M devotee should, all things considered, find attractive. However, this […]

Lost and Found by Kristen Keckler

Lost and Found by Kristen Keckler

Nonfiction, Vol. 3.1, March 2009 I wake in the valley of the most enlightened city in America: Ithaca, New York. At least, that’s where the Utne Reader says I am. The funny thing is we only experience illumination in the summer, when the sun finally […]

One Pure Thing by Alexis Enrico Santí

One Pure Thing by Alexis Enrico Santí

Nonfiction, Vol. 3.1, March 2009 —for Richard Bausch When I drank vodka I felt something pure was running my life. Bringing vodka to my lips was a godly act that took me to the best part of me. Vodka, cranberry with lime: The Cape Codder. […]