Perils and Paradoxes of Adoption: Q&A with Megan Culhane Galbraith
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Perils and Paradoxes of Adoption: Q&A with Megan Culhane Galbraith

“Sometimes I channel my writing in the same way I channel my art. I try not to think hard about what I’m putting into the draft of an essay, but the hard work begins when I have to kill my darlings and shave the piece down to its essential parts. This is why I love to play with various forms and genres.” Continue reading

Battle Lines Redrawn: On gender and race in Brenda Sparks Prescott’s debut novel, Home Front Lines
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Battle Lines Redrawn: On gender and race in Brenda Sparks Prescott’s debut novel, Home Front Lines

by Andy Shi

“…Home Front Lines was inspired by the uncertain times following 9/11 and the increased threat to ordinary U.S. citizens. I wanted to think about how we might learn how to go forward in our daily lives by looking back at a similar time in our history for which we know the outcomes.” Continue reading