By Douglas Glover
MAR 2017 | Fiction
Call this an act of piety and self-education. Academia has sacrificed entire forests to the altar of Jane Austen, and I am not likely to add one whit to the pile. But her novel Mansfield Park has been gnawing at me for two decades, ever since I taught it at Skidmore College to a class of privileged young people who might have walked out of its pages.
By Kate Colby
MAY 2019 | Poetry
Kate Colby is author of seven books of poetry, including I Mean (Ugly Duckling Presse) and The Arrangements (Four Way Books). A new book of literary essays, Dream of the Trenches, is just out with Noemi Press. She lives in Providence, RI and teaches poetry at Brown University.