Field Notes on Becoming Yourself pluck fallopian foxgloves from your diseased roots egg trek cardiac harvest wear insects as rings, arthropod legs caging each digit around your neck, trilobites rusty toenails scratch off achilles blisters stack blocks with your beet stained gums pick suckers from your armpits swallow them whole: deer ticks, your aphrodisiac palpitate your inner … More Three Poems by Savannah Slone
People have been dying since people were people. I’m buying a lottery ticket so I can afford to take every assault rifle off the market, drop them into the middle of the Atlantic. Imagine an octopus at a shooting range: goddamn goddamn goddamn goddamn goddamn goddamn goddamn. Goddamn. Everyone who dies while someone is writing … More Guns Are People, Too, by C.J. Miles
Full Circle Trade & Thrift is supporting The Literacy Center and Northern Arizona Book Festival this month with their “Stuff the Truck” event.Bring your gently used belongings from 11am – 2pm to the parking lot of the National Bank of Arizona, 211 N. Leroux, – Hint: it’s kitty corner from Uptown Pubhouse! – and Stuff! That! Truck! … More Stuff the Truck for the Literacy Center and Northern Arizona Book Festival
Thin Air is thrilled to kick off our community reading series this Saturday at Uptown Pubhouse with local authors John Quinonez and Eric Dovigi. Before they head off on their reading tour this summer, Eric and John are treating their hometown to this special sneak preview. The event runs one hour and starts promptly at … More Thin Air Reading Series Kick-Off!
By Christine Davis I remember being seventeen in Ms. Knudsen’s AP Environmental Science class. She was Canadian and had purple streaks in her hair, so everyone wanted to enroll. Each day we learned that the planet was doomed. G.K. Lamb’s dystopian, debut novel is about this inevitable doom as told through the first-person lens of … More G.K. Lamb at Bookmans Saturday
How To Read In Flagstaff by Natalie Rose It’s funny how often the act of opening a book and seeing each word with your eyeballs and registering that word in your noggin does not actually lead to reading. It leads to scanning, which is to reading as consuming lunch at your desk is to enjoying a … More How To Read In Flagstaff
Saturday August 29, 2015 – 9am to 7pm The Arizona Authors Association is sponsoring a one-day writing retreat in our beautiful city – Flagstaff, Arizona! Information from their website: A retreat for everyone. Whether you already love writing or would like to find new ways to understand yourself and your world better. Writing in community opens up opportunities … More One-day Writing Retreat in Flagstaff