Autumn 2016 Issue
Letters From …
Works in Progress
Jethro K. Lieberman
Sandra M. Gilbert
Territories of Conquest
Before the Rebellion
T. M. Luhrmann
The Founders believed that a well-informed electorate preserves our fragile democracy and benefits American society as a whole
Can the collaboration between a progressive boarding school and a big-city charter academy transform American Public High School Education?
Writing the Unimaginable
When future generations look back at the fiction of our time, what will they make of the failure to address the crisis of climate change?
How did a beguiling South American hummingbird end up in the basement of a Pennsylvania museum?
Death can come at any time, from above or below, but life requires putting fear aside
Thine as Ever, P. T. Barnum
A. H. Saxon
A scholar offers three utterly fictitious letters he wishes the famous showman had written
Writing in a foreign language can reveal secrets long buried in our mother tongue
On market day in the village, two lives are about to collide
More Than You Know