"An interview with my poet neighbors about whether or not this is a good time for poetry," by Fran Hoepfner

Now more than ever, people are flocking to social media to share poems with a “hope this helps <3.” And it’s true, poetry can and does help in a time of uncertainty and pain. Not everyone is so lucky as me, which is to say, not everyone is getting their MFA in fiction and isContinue reading “"An interview with my poet neighbors about whether or not this is a good time for poetry," by Fran Hoepfner”

"Prelude to quarantine," by Sam Adler-Bell

The other night we had an argument. I think it was about whether people tend to feel some sense of duty to perform their jobs, whether or not they hate them. (My characterization.) And that argument became an argument about our respective styles of argument: me, obsessively fixated on reiterating my point in different waysContinue reading “"Prelude to quarantine," by Sam Adler-Bell”