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May 1, 2013
Updated Date Tuesday, April 8, 2014- 11:00 One of the most common questions I’m asked is, “Should I hire a book publicist?” Whether I am speaking at a conference or tweeting about the state of book publishing, writers are often fickle when it comes to the ...
Body In addition to secure online giving, VQR is happy to discuss other methods of financial support, including stock and real estate transfers, planned gifts such as life insurance, and pledges of multiyear funding. If your employer matches employee dona ...
Illustration by Anders Nilsen
Excerpt She cannot work when the man is in the house. She is working on a project that she has been working on for a long time, and ever since she began living with the man the project has been moving slowly and she is no longer sure that she will finish ...
Illustration by Melody Newcomb
Excerpt It was the winter that I had spent bleeding, attuned to no particular rhythm. Sometimes my period would come on twice in one month, or last for four weeks instead of one. Or, in between spells of bleeding, I would find rust-colored specks in my un ...
Illustration by Anna Schuleit Haber
Excerpt It has been a year and five days since Mayowa lost her daughter— lost, because she cannot say the other word: suicide.  Updated Date Tuesday, May 29, 2018- 15:15 It has been a year and five days since Mayowa lost her daughter— lost, because she ca ...
Art by Anna Schuleit Haber
Excerpt Just then they were all eating yams, candied and still hot from the stove. Golden-brown pieces glistening with sauce that dripped from the serving spoon as it moved between the bowl and the plates. Heavy sweet pieces that clung to their forks, san ...
Illustration by Melody Newcomb
Excerpt She had moved to Germany to be a writer but quickly found there wasn’t very much to write about. Germany was calm. The people were friendly and straightforward. If you managed a few words of German they would say, “Your German is very good.” When ...
Ryan Dunlavy (left), Nerisa Garcia (center), and Jeremy Cabral (right), students from the Border Patrol Explorer Program, practice active-shooter scenarios and room clearing at the United States Border Patrol Station in Kingsville, TX. The Explorer program is a branch of the Boy Scouts of America and is sponsored by the US Department of Homeland Security. Photographed by Sarah Blesener
Excerpt Enlisting in a Patriotic Education Updated Date Thursday, May 31, 2018- 14:00 In America, in 2018, the word “patriotism” has taken on a particular meaning. “Patriotic” equals militaristic, patriarchal, obedient, maybe xenophobic; it evokes guns, r ...
Illustration by Anders Nilsen
Excerpt It’s hard to know which of us began to wear our shoes in the apartment, but one of us did—one of us, then the other. First it was just in the kitchen, but soon there were tracks in the bedroom, bathroom, living room, everywhere. Old receipts and l ...
Illustration by Sergio Garcia Sanchez
Excerpt Of all the types of yoga practiced in the US today—Hatha yoga, Ashtanga yoga,Vinyasa yoga, Bikram yoga—the one that I enjoy most happens to be the one that I invented. I like to call this type of yoga “wrong yoga.” Updated Date Tuesday, May 29, 20 ...

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