What You Didn’t Learn in History Class

Ryan French reviews Killers of the Flower Moon, a non-fiction book authored by David Grann.

Love In The Time Of Stomach Bacteria

Bailey Bujnosek writes about John Green’s seventh novel, Turtles All The Way Down.

Baptized in Fire

In “Baptized in Fire” Cole Kissam contemplates the self through religion and music.

Rivers in Her Hands

In “Rivers in Her Hands” Viviana Wei explores a mother’s dedication to her daughter, and her daughter’s growth.

“Honey, you’re not crazy. You’re a woman.”

Emily Clarke submerges herself in the empowering stories of Roxane Gay’s “Difficult Women.”

Recent Work

Adultolescence: A Money Grab for a Social Media-Crazed Generation

Kalista Puhnaty takes a look at Adultolescence, and why the poetry collection isn’t worth picking up.

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Solitude

In “Solitude”, Lu Yuan uses images of nature to explore the solitude of the self.

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Natashia Deón Interview

Alex Clendenning and Bailey Bujnosek interview Natashia Deón, author of the critically acclaimed Grace.

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Two Poems By Asha Marie

In “Dinner” and “Blue,” Asha Marie uses powerful imagery to explore family and the self.

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Allison Benis White Interview

The Parallax staff interviews Allison Benis White, an author and professor of poetry.

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Akimbo

Lily Sickles provides the reader a rush of images and movements centered around the word “Akimbo.”

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Sisyphus and the Horrible, Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

A short play exploring self awareness and creation in its many forms.

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Christopher DeWan: The American Dream and the Future of Television.

Fellow student Kalista Puhnaty and I sat down with Christopher DeWan to talk life, writing, his career, and his new book of short stories, Hoopty Time Machines.

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Listen, when I say

Chester Wilson writes a series of unusual images that captivate the reader.

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