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On the Dial | The Midwest

The Midwest is so uniquely forgettable and necessary. I recently read an essay at Vol. 1 Brooklyn by Anne Valente which highlights her decision to write and not write about the Midwest.

Bicentennial Barn | Radio Waves

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Posted by Brett Gregory on 24 October, 2016 0 comments |
On the Dial | Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib

When he's not rubbing shoulders with Beyonce or eating french fries, Columbus native, Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib, is an acclaimed poet, essayist, and cultural critic.

Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib

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Posted by Brett Gregory on 05 September, 2016 0 comments |


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  • The Death-Rattle of Culture | 2/17/17

    Press Secretary Sean Spicer is a sad, sad man. In an article at CNN, they describe his office décor: "Three weeks after the inauguration, the only things adorning the White House press secretary’s shelves are a framed picture of himself... Read more →

  • Excerpt from The Vine That Ate the South

    Mark your calendars for March 14, the date when J.D. Wilkes' debut novel, The Vine That Ate the South lands! This book has got it all: I'm talking vampire cults, albino panthers, adventure, death, mischief, mayhem, and killer kudzu. In... Read more →

  • AWP '17 Re-Cap

    AWP is like the Super-Bowl of the lit scene, I suppose. I have never been to the Super-Bowl, but this was my first AWP, so I guess I can say things like that now. Convention centers are what they are,... Read more →