“I’m reminded that sometimes the poem comes after I’ve written what I think I need to say, when the will gives up, when the imagination takes over, allowing me to see a bit beyond my very limited perspective.”—Blas Falconer
In which writers investigate the practice of failure.
“I don’t want to write about me. I want to write about the underpinnings of me, which might also be the underpinnings of you.”—Lauren Shapiro
“I wanted to find a way to write with and about heat in a warming world.” –Adam Dickinson
Our actions ripple out into the unforeseen and unintended.
“There was an inner story that I didn’t yet understand, and the publication problem served mainly as a distraction from it.”
—On Failure, by Nadia Colburn
First I thought Stet would fail to be a book, and now . . . it has failed to fail.
by Oliver de la Paz | Contributing Writer
by Traci Brimhall
by Geffrey Davis