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Uplifted

Uplifted By George Such   |  February 19, 2018
A memory like a dream without a face....

Afterglow

Afterglow By Elissa Favero   |  February 12, 2018
By morning, feathers had settled lightly in the corners of the bathroom. They swept up into the air, though, as I moved past. Down, up and down. One brushed the nape of my neck as I stepped from the shower, and clamped there to damp skin. A torn comforter; a small domestic catastrophe....

Join Us for a 4-Journal Creative Nonfiction Reading at AWP Conference

Join Us for a 4-Journal Creative Nonfiction Reading at AWP Conference February 8, 2018
River Teeth is thrilled to announce it will again take part in an offsite creative nonfiction reading at this year's annual AWP Conference. The offsite reading will be on Friday, March 9 and will include readers from River Teeth, plus Under the Gum Tree, Fourth Genre, and Hippocampus.

Of Poets, Police Dogs, and Their Handlers

Of Poets, Police Dogs, and Their Handlers By Amber Anderson   |  February 6, 2018
In a journey through four countries, pursuing canine law enforcement units and their stories, Rose delivers a multi-faceted immersion memoir: observations, interviews, analysis, criticisms, and praise of how different nations approach policing with and without dogs.

Little Traveling Altars

Little Traveling Altars By Olivia Dunn   |  February 5, 2018
I am calling my current situation 'vow of poverty' because that sounds much nobler than 'slumming' or 'lazy.' Vow of poverty helps me remember that the reason I will eat chickpeas for dinner for the next three nights is because there is a larger goal at hand....

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