Issue 12 Winter 2018 RUTH AWAD is an award-winning Lebanese-American poet whose debut poetry collection, Set to Music a Wildfire, won the 2016 Michael Waters Poetry Prize from Southern Indiana Review Press. She is the recipient of a 2016 Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award, and her work has appeared in New Republic, The Missouri Review Poem of the Week, Sixth […]
KARL-HEINZ OTT lives in Freiburg im Breisgau and has worked as a theater dramaturgist and taught poetics. He is the author or co-author of several plays and stage adaptations and the author of five novels, of which Endlich Stille (2005) is the second, and of a monograph on Georg Friedrich Händel. Endlich Stille won three literary prizes—Alemannischer Literaturpreis (2005), Candide Preis (2006), Preis der LiteraTour Nord (2006)—and Italian and French translations of the novel have been published. Ott has been honored with a number of prizes in addition to those he received for Endlich Stille, most recently with the Wolfgang-Koeppen-Preis (2014).
I would have liked to flee to Marie, who would have driven this person from the city with a single brief appearance. But even the moon with its pocked face wanted, it seemed to me during this night, to mock me from a distance and to proclaim to me that I, too—as if in the […]
INTERVIEWS Eric Shonkwiler interviewed by David Bowen Power & Light Juan Gelacio interviewed by Robert Joe Stout Invisible on Paper ESSAYS Leonard Kress What Kind of Parent Lets a Thirteen-Year-Old Cancel Her Bat Mitzvah? Erinn Seifert Changing FICTION Mollie Boutell Intimates Malcolm Cumming Mere Anarchy Liz Egan Sgt. Lawson Brian Kamsoke Useful Things POETRY Ruth […]