Join us live on our Facebook page on August 20 to hear Ann Zindler reads from her award-winning story, "The Rescue," from our Wisconsin People & Ideas Fiction Co
Join us live on our Facebook page on August 6 to hear Jenn Sauer share a reading of her award-winning story, "Snowglobe Policy." Jenn Sauer has lived in Madison since 2001.
Join us live on our Facebook page on July 30 to hear Bob Wake share a reading of his award-winning story, "Mudstone." Bob Wake lives in Cambridge.
Dr. Merton gave Shelby Aronowitz bad news. The pain in her knee was osteosarcoma. They would have to amputate.
The voices were never voices, but more like the memory of sound—an echo off cavernous, sweating walls.
From his kitchen window, Nathaniel Foxx counted six bulldozers in the neighboring cornfield. Or what was left of the cornfield. It began with a For Sale sign that Foxx drove by for months, but ultimately ignored.
Your side lost, and it’s very possible it was your fault. But then again, it’s always your fault.
The old woman shoved her fist deep into her mouth to stifle the harsh dry cough.
Few books pace themselves with the resonance of truth telling. These rare books can be fiction, nonfiction, or poetry, but within the story being told is a heart beating in time with constant universal rhythms. Thomas D.
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James Watrous Gallery of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters
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