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River Teeth Journal Issue 21.2

Order Issue 21.2Subscribe to River Teeth Editor's Notes Jill Christman and Mark NeelyPart of the pleasure of print is that every piece of writing is a kind of time capsule. Literature moves slowly. . . but that slowness feels like a necessary antidote in our fast-paced, pixelated world. We Read More...

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Editor's Notes 21.2

   In the fall of 2018, Joe Mackall and Dan Lehman wrote to us to say that River Teeth needed a new home. They wanted to know whether we would consider joining them on the masthead and making Ball State University the magazine’s institutional headquarters.   We&rs Read More...

Tim Bascom

Tim Bascom’s newest book, Climbing Lessons, is a collection of 40 brief personal narratives about fathers and sons in his own Midwestern clan. Bascom is also the author of a novel, a collection of essays, and two prize-winning memoirs: Running to the Fire (University of Iowa Press) and Ch Read More...

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Wendy Bilen

Wendy Bilen usually has a few productive hours in the middle of the day, in her office, or in a coffee shop, anywhere but home, where her two middle schoolers and her pug can do nothing without her. Sometimes she writes. Her biography-memoir, Finding Josie, won a Next Generation Indie Book Award and Read More...

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James Ellenberger

James Ellenberger was born and raised in Chicora, a small town in western Pennsylvania. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Sou’Wester, Painted Bride Quarterly, Hotel Amerika, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Third Coast, Passages North, and Beloit Poetry Journal, among others. He holds Read More...

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Kelly Fordon

Kelly Fordon’s work has appeared in The Florida Review, The Kenyon Review (KRO), Rattle, and various other journals. She is the author of a short story collection, I Have the Answer, Wayne State University Press 2020; a poetry collection, Goodbye Toothless House, Kattywompus Pre Read More...

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Camellia Freeman

Camellia Freeman is an essayist living in Seattle. Her work has appeared in Crazyhorse, Image, Indiana Review, Portland Review, and elsewhere. Read More...

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Nicole Graev Lipson

Nicole Graev Lipson’s essays and journalism have appeared in Creative Nonfiction, The Hudson Review, The Washington Post, and The Boston Globe Magazine, among other publications. She lives in Brookline, Massachusetts, and is working on a collection of essays about motherhood. Read More...

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Mary Grimm

Mary Grimm has had two books published, Left to Themselves (novel) and Stealing Time (story collection). She’s also had stories appear in a number of journals, including The New Yorker, South Carolina Review, and Greensboro Review; and flash pieces in places like Helen, The Citron Review, Read More...

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Kelle Groom

Kelle Groom is the author of a memoir, I Wore the Ocean in the Shape of a Girl (Simon & Schuster), a Barnes & Noble Discover selection and New York Times Book Review Editor’s Choice. Groom’s four poetry collections include Spill, Five Kingdoms, and Luckily from Anh Read More...

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Kevin Honold

Kevin Honold was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is the author of Men as Trees Walking, a book of poems. His poetry and essays have appeared in The Hudson Review, Gettysburg Review, Antioch Review, Poetry East, Image, Vallum, Fourth Genre, and Yale Review. He is currently a New Mexico Hi Read More...

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Phillip Hurst

Phillip Hurst currently lives and writes in Oregon. His stories and essays have appeared or are forthcoming in Reed Magazine, Midwestern Gothic, Cimarron Review, The Briar Cliff Review, and The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review, amongst other venues. Over the years, he’s worked as a bartender Read More...

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Rebecca McClanahan

Rebecca McClanahan’s eleventh book, In the Key of New York City: A Memoir in Essays, is forthcoming from Red Hen Press in September 2020. Her work has appeared in Best American Essays, Best American Poetry, Georgia Review, Gettysburg Review, Boulevard, Brevity, The Sun, River Teeth, Read More...

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Liz Prato

Liz Prato’s most recent book, Volcanoes, Palm Trees, and Privilege: Essays on Hawai‘i (Overcup Press, 2019), is an Oregon Book Award finalist. She is also the author of Baby’s on Fire: Stories (Press 53), and editor of The Night, and the Rain, and the River (Forest Avenue Pres Read More...

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