Nonfiction 8.3

Element by Sara Rauch

Element by Sara Rauch

Nonfiction, Vol. 8.3, Sept. 2014 “You don’t need directions, even though it can be useful to consult them until you no longer confuse the road map for the road.” —Karen Maezen Miller I. Fire I walk away from the dishwater-grey house, away from its rickety […]

Obits by Tara Thompson

Obits by Tara Thompson

Nonfiction, Vol. 8.3, Sept. 2014 “Sometimes you wake up. Sometimes the fall kills you. And sometimes, when you fall, you fly.” —Neil Gaiman, The Sandman, Vol. 6: Fables and Reflections The doctor shows it to me on my CT scan as I prop myself up […]

Horizons and Such by Chila Woychik

Horizons and Such by Chila Woychik

Nonfiction, Vol. 8.3, Sept. 2014 “It is a profound mistake to think that everything has been discovered; as well think the horizon the boundary of the world.” —Antoine-Marin Lemièrre Miracles happen at the convergence of land and sky: sunrise, sunset, a horizon. This is the […]