the way it crawled the rafters like a hungry lion. Not ashy postcards or our map of California, Rachel staring, White Russian in hand. Not the melted surfboard, waterlogged books; not the bright suspendered man saying You should get out now, the air’s no good here, bitter heat and reek of everything burning. Not the… [Read More]
Holly Wren Spaulding
Holly Wren Spaulding's work has appeared in The Nation, Michigan Quarterly Review, and Bear River Review. Her chapbook, The Grass Impossibly, won the Michigan Writers Cooperative Press award. She is the 2012 Artist-in-Residence at the Jean Noble Parsons Center for the Study of Art and Science and is senior editor of Dunes Review.