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Artists on Artists: the Poets of Vol. 10

We asked the poets from our Witness issue what questions they would want to ask their fellow Volume 10 contributors. A few then answered those questions, delving into their craft, their inspirations, and their approach to creating. Read on to learn more about poets D Donna, Hanna Maria Zagulska, Maggie Rue Hess, henry 7. reneau, jr., Kelly Gray, and Sunshine Meyers. And make sure to check out their work in Vol 10: WITNESS!

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Artists on Artists: the Fiction Authors of Vol. 9

We asked the nonfiction writers from our latest issue what questions they would want to ask their fellow Volume 9 contributors. A few then answered those questions, delving into their craft, their inspirations, and their approach to creating. Read on to learn more about Darlene Eliot, Katie Mora, Jennifer Ellen Murphy, Sean Ennis, Bill Rector, Ceri Eagling, and Dia Van Gunten. And make sure to check out their work in Vol 9: AGENCY!

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Artists on Artists: the Visual Artists of Vol. 9

We asked the visual artists from our latest issue what questions they would want to ask their fellow Volume 9 contributors. A few then answered those questions, delving into their craft, their inspirations, and their approach to creating. Read on to learn more about Chris Richford, Beppi, Sapira Cheuk, and Alexandra N Sherman. And make sure to check out their work in Vol 9: AGENCY!

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Artists on Artists: the Nonfiction Authors of Vol. 9

We asked the nonfiction writers from our latest issue what questions they would want to ask their fellow Volume 9 contributors. A few then answered those questions, delving into their craft, their inspirations, and their approach to creating. Read on to learn more about Emma Foley, Mandira Pattnaik, Annie Williams, Rachel O'Sullivan, and Nadia Barghout Brown.

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Artists on Artists: the Poets of Vol. 9

We asked the poets from our latest issue what questions they would want to ask their fellow Volume 9 contributors. A few then answered those questions, delving into their craft, their inspirations, and their approach to creating. Read on to learn more about poets Kahlo Smith, James Champion, Harley Anastasia Chapman, Ariel Machell, and Moni Brar.

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An Interview with Author Allison Blevins

We sat down with Allison Blevins, author of Cataloguing Pain (YesYes Books, 2023) and two-time Fatal Flaw contributor, to talk with her about her new hybrid collection of lyric essays and poems, the juxtaposition of form and genre, and the challenge of making pain "readable."

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A Review of Molly Zhu's Asian American Translations

Molly Zhu’s stunning chapbook debut, Asian American Translations, is a deep and tender meditation on the delicate act of growing up and how time, distance, and differences in culture can create chasms in meaning and understanding. Zhu asks what gets lost in translation, not merely from one language to another, but from generation to generation.

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A Creative Conversation with the Volume 8 Poets

We sat down with some of the Poets featured in our most recent issue to talk with them about their writing inspiration, how they feel their work "embodied" our theme, and what their creative resolutions are for 2023. Read on to learn more about Eben E. B. Bein, Molly Zhu, Alison Lubar, and Evelyn Berry.

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