Essays

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Before or After the Fall

By Kelli C. Trinoskey Next to my desk at work, there is a picture of me with my three daughters standing in front of stone formations of South Dakota’s Badlands. …

Health in the Hands of the People

What Haven’t We Tried?

Fiction

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Hair Raising Facts and Bald-faced Lies by Sharon J. Wishnow

“Hi, Heidi, come back to the sink,” Jenny, my stylist at Hair Nature said, waving her hand. She wrapped me in a black plastic cape and began soaping my head, …

Anne

Sun King

Poetry

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Instruction on a Ritual for Simplifying Your Life

The first step is defining the place. It must be your living room. You must live alone. Time is not inconsequential. Do it at night, after the bars have closed, …

Two Poems by Christian J. Collier

Art

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Art by Daniel Weinberg

Daniel Staub Weinberg is a pen & ink and colored pencil word artist who sometimes does collaborations with musician Chico Feinstein. He has had a number of group shows and …

Paintings by Roopa Dudley

Four Paintings by Fiona Hsu

Interviews

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Brujería and Healing: An Interview with Lorraine M. of Bruja Heights

Brujería has been appearing more and more in trending hashtags, online articles, and Instagram posts. In Spanish, it means witchcraft, but that may or may not be how many are …

Reviews

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The Recovering: A Chorus of Support in the Battle Against Addiction

My father quit drinking in 2013 when he was sent home from his fire station, still intoxicated from the night prior. The department offered him a choice: enter a probation …

Mystery Diagnoses and The Big Sick

The Hum: An Essay in Response to Sonya Huber

Link Roundup

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Link Roundup: June 7th, 2019

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Link Roundup: May 18th, 2019

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Link Roundup: March 22nd, 2019

In Conversation

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In Conversation: Exercising with Chronic Illness

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In Conversation: Starting Chronically Lit