Fetterman v. Oz (And a Love Letter to a Conflicted Pennsylvania) Personal Essay - “Not everything stays the same, and, in many cases, it probably should not.” Erich J. Prince 11/1/2022
George Psalmanazar and the Extreme Art of Imposture Personal Essay - “Many of us also like impostors because, deep down, we understand that to exist only matter-of-factly, without fiction, would be intolerable.” Matthew Wardour 10/31/2022
Review: “Homer: The Very Idea” by James I. Porter  Criticism - “But the price of that fame and quasi-divine status took its toll. ‘Immortality had its costs,’ Porter writes, ‘and Homer paid for it dearly.'” Paul Krause 10/24/2022
4 x 9 Poetry - “Anyone who keeps/A compost heap knows the whole of life” Harold Jones 10/21/2022
Dimorphism Poetry - “And that we might as well stop killing one another,/because everyone who lived during the French Revolution is dead anyways.” Erich J. Prince 10/1/2022
As the Leaves Begin to Change Poetry - “In that waltz, you find me now/Singing, dancing, with the moon” Paul Krause 9/25/2022
Youth Poetry - “and Pastor speaks with God, while I/repent my youth that/like the flower which fades/has been my secret, golden calf.” Mark Botts 9/10/2022
Fly Fishing Poetry - “What does it bring to light?/What meaning is there to land?/Have you killed a bit of me? I doubt it.” Harold Jones 9/6/2022
Moving Clockwise around Easton County Fiction - “They’ve always been rivals with a town across the county line, a town of insulation and roofing makers. It’s a working-class rivalry, the authentic kind, one that lasts whatever color the collars become.” Michael D. Purzycki 9/5/2022
Review: “Hannibal” by Philip Freeman  Criticism - “Freeman’s book, as the author acknowledges, is written as something of a eulogy to this great man of antiquity, who has captured imaginations for two millennia.” Paul Krause 9/4/2022
Silver Lining Poetry - “The silver lining is/you won’t be catching planes/to drag yourself away” Angelos Apallas 8/29/2022
Woodmont Poetry - “But then again,/it’s only ever been the thought that counts.” Erich J. Prince 8/11/2022
Review: Eden Collinsworth’s “What the Ermine Saw” Criticism - “Almost all the key events of modern Europe were seen through the eyes of this painting, which Collinsworth vividly brings to life in her writing.” Paul Krause 8/8/2022
Review: Riley Black’s “The Last Days of the Dinosaurs” Criticism - “This is a story about the meek inheriting the Earth.” John Tuttle 8/1/2022
Famous First Words Poetry - “All those routines!/And unhappiness can be alike.” Harry Ricketts 7/15/2022
Footnote to Larkin Poetry - “We should also be kind while we may.” Harry Ricketts 7/2/2022