By Cody Skahan. To be published in our forthcoming Summer edition. “Staring at it isn’t going to make […]
by Lucas Cook. To be published in our forthcoming Spring 2021 edition. Dust was everywhere in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas. […]
by Keri Brock. To be published in our forthcoming Spring 2021 edition. Winner of our Spring 2021 Short Story […]
Find Part I here. View this short story in the December edition of the journal here. After waking up, I […]
View this short story in the October edition of the journal here. Jump to Part II. On the […]
By Alissa Rehmert This essay was published in the Oct. 2019 edition of Live Ideas. View it HERE. It is incredibly […]
What if you could have a life-changing conversation with a brilliant thinker? What if you finally discovered who you’re meant to be? In 1970, British journalist Daniel Godwin has the opportunity to finally meet the infamous Japanese author Yukio Mishima in Japan. Little does he know he is about to step into the daunting presence of Japan’s last true Samurai.
A young woman living in Kansas struggles with a growing sense of homesickness for her childhood home in California, and comes to a new understanding of her relationship to the places she inhabits when her family decides to start a vineyard.