Light in the Crossing

Kent Meyers has published a memoir, a book of short fiction, and three novels, two of which have been listed as New York Times Notable Books. (The most recent is Twisted Tree, released in 2009). His work has won numerous honors, including a Society of Midland Authors Award and a High Plains Book Award. Meyers has published fiction and essays in various literary journals and magazines, including Harper’s and (several times) The Georgia Review. He lives in Spearfish, South Dakota, and teaches in Pacific Lutheran University’s low-residency MFA program, the Rainier Writing Workshop.

A Dislike for Flowers

When the humans disappoint,

Entries and Divagations

The Expense of Spirit in Postmodern Times: Between Nihilism and Belief

Table

Hemingway’s Wound—And Its Consequences for American Literature

Telling Lives (on The Night in Question by Tobias Wolff; You’re So Beautiful by Eileen FitzGerald; The Worldwide Church of the Handicapped by Marie Sheppard Williams; and After Rain by William Trevor)

Erin McGraw is the author of six books, most recently the novel Better Food for a Better World (Slant Books, 2013). Her stories and essays have appeared in The Georgia Review, The Atlantic, STORY, the Southern Review, Allure, and other magazines and journals. She lives in Tennessee with her husband, the poet Andrew Hudgins.

 

Nine Recent Chapbooks: A Few Slips of Paper in the Pages (on Wild Peavines by Robert Morgan; Gristle by R. T. Smith; The Keepers of Light by Michele Wolf; Rude Noises by Martha Meek; Holding Ground by Becky Gould Gibson; In Defense of Stones by Janet MacFadyen; The Wave He Caught by Rick Noguchi; Millrat by Michael Casey; and The Tan Chanteuse by Carol Boston Weatherford)