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Conference Speakers' Essays Appear in Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies

Conference Speakers' Essays Appear in Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies September 1, 2015
Steven Harvey, Ana Maria Spagna, and Sarah M. Wells's essays related to their presentations at the River Teeth Nonfiction Conference are included in the current issue of Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies.

River Teeth at AWP 2015

March 18, 2015
River Teeth's editors are on two panels at this year's AWP conference. We look forward to running into you in Minneapolis!

Skipping Stones

Skipping Stones By Sarah Wells   |  July 14, 2014
I am standing with my children in the bed of river rocks that have been broken and smoothed to flat disks, millennia wearing away the rough places. My daughter gathers stones and skips them along the shallow surface. As I dip my hand into the river to retrieve a couple pebbles, I see the stones I wear on my left ring finger, glistening in the creek. They are new and old, ancient in their creation and recently purchased by my husband of ten years. Five are on my wedding band—diamonds I deemed “stones of remembrance” after we married. Stones like the Israelites carried through and across the Jordan, stones the children could see later and ask, “What do these stones mean?”

AWP 15th Anniversary Reading

AWP 15th Anniversary Reading February 17, 2014
Join us at noon on Friday, February 28 for the 15th Anniversary River Teeth reading, featuring Steven Harvey, Jill Noel Kandel, Jon Kerstetter, and Sarah M. Wells.

River Teeth Notable Essays in Best American Essays 2012

River Teeth Notable Essays in Best American Essays 2012 October 22, 2012
Six essays published in River Teeth are listed as notable in Best American Essays 2012

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