Job, Too

Nola Garrett’s second book, The Pastor’s Wife Considers Pinball, was published by Mayapple Press in 2013. Her first, The Dynamite Maker’s Mistress (Wordtech Communications, 2009) is a collection of twenty-seven variations on the sestina form. She writes a monthly blog for Autumn House Press and is Faculty Emerita of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.

The Whore of Fez el Bali

We and They & Thanksgiving

Living Souls

Scott Russell Sanders lives in the hill country of southern Indiana, where he has written more than twenty books of fiction and nonfiction, including A Conservationist Manifesto (Indiana University Press, 2009) and Hunting for Hope (Beacon Press, 1998). His most recent books (also from IU Press) are Stone Country: Then & Now (2017), a documentary narrative made in collaboration with photographer Jeffrey Wolin, and Dancing in Dreamtime (2016), a collection of eco-science-fiction stories. He is currently finishing his portion of Ordinary Wealth, fifty brief tales written in response to photographs by Peter Forbes.

on Sexual Visions: Images of Gender in Science and Medicine Between the Eighteenth and Twentieth Centuries by Ludmilla Jordanova

on Where the Meanings Are: Feminism and Cultural Spaces by Catharine R. Stimpson

Catherine Rogers teaches English at Savannah State University. Her work has appeared in Kalliope: A Journal of Women’s Art, Paideuma, and Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, as well as in the online journals Autumn Sky Poetry and Touch: The Journal of Healing. She cherishes happy memories of having been the very first graduate editorial assistant of The Georgia Review.

on The World, the Flesh, and Angels by Mary B. Campbell

on Reading in America: Literature and Social History by Cathy N. Davidson

on All-American Girl: The Ideal of Real Womanhood in Mid-Nineteenth Century America by Frances B. Cogan