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River Teeth Journal Issue 22.1

  Order Issue 22.1Subscribe to River Teeth  Editor's Notes Dan LehmanPart 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 22.1

   Sitting here at my desk on April 22, 2020, writing these words, the world as I’ve known it has changed. Startlingly. Like many, I am locked down, masked, wary, guarding my six-foot radius. Outside, I’m still active, but alone. I swerve from the path when others approach Read More...
Author: Dan Lehman
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Michael Dinkel

Michael Dinkel studied art and creative writing at St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota and at the University of Alaska in Anchorage where he lives. His work has appeared in The Gettysburg Review, Orion Magazine, About Place Journal, The Lower Stump Lake Review, and other publicati Read More...

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Erin Block

Erin Block works as a librarian and freelance writer. She is the author of The View from Coal Creek (Whitefish Press) and By a Thread (Whitefish Press), and her work has been published in The Rumpus, The Columbia Review, Guernica, and Gray’s Sporting Journal, among others. She lives in a cabin Read More...

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J. Malcolm Garcia

J. Malcolm Garcia is the author of The Khaarijee: A Chronicle of Friendship and War in Kabul (Beacon 2009); What Wars Leave Behind: The Faceless and Forgotten (University of Missouri Press 2014); Without A Country: The Untold Story of America’s Deported Veterans (Skyhorse Press 2017); Riding t Read More...

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Megan Harlan

Megan Harlan is the author of Mobile Home: A Memoir in Essays, winner of the 2019 AWP Award for Creative Nonfiction and published by the University of Georgia Press in Fall 2020. Her essays have appeared in AGNI, Colorado Review, Hotel Amerika, Alaska Quarterly Review, Arts & Letters, and Cincin Read More...

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Ren Jones

Ren Jones earned her MFA in Creative Writing from the College of Charleston. She received an honorable mention for the 2020 AWP Intro Journals Prize. This is her first publication. Read More...

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Emma Kaiser

Emma Kaiser is the winner of the Norton Writers Prize. Her work has appeared in Great River Review, Rock & Sling, and Stoneboat, among other places, and she is the author of two nonfiction books for children. She is currently a creative nonfiction MFA candidate at the University of Minnesota. Read More...

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Brenda Miller & Julie Marie Wade

Brenda Miller teaches in the MFA program at Western Washington University, and Julie Marie Wade teaches in the MFA program at Florida International University. Their collaborative essays have previously appeared in Rappahannock Review, Creative Nonfiction, The Normal School, River Teeth, Punctuate, Read More...

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Micah Perks

Micah Perks is the author of a short story collection, a memoir, and two novels. The most recent novel, What Becomes Us, was a winner of an Independent Publisher’s Book Award and named one of the Top Ten Books about the Apocalypse by The Guardian. Micah lives with her family in Santa Cruz wher Read More...

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Molly Rideout

Molly Rideout is a Midwestern writer whose work has appeared in Fourth Genre, Mississippi Review, Tampa Review, and Bluestem. Her chapbook Transient was published in 2019 by Antenna :: Paper Machine. She has received grants or other recognitions for her interdisciplinary writing installations in Wis Read More...

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Susan Jackson Rodgers

Susan Jackson Rodgers is the author of a novel, This Must Be the Place, and two story collections, The Trouble With You Is and Ex-Boyfriend on Aisle 6. Her writing has appeared in journals such as Agni, Poets & Writers, New England Review, North American Review, Glimmer Train, Beloit Fiction Jou Read More...

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Allie Spikes

Allie Spikes served as managing editor of Bellingham Review from 2019-2020 and currently serves as prose/poetry editor at Psaltery & Lyre. Her essays have been shortlisted at Creative Nonfiction, at Fourth Genre for the 2020 Steinberg Essay Contest, and for The Pinch Nonfiction Literary Award in Read More...

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Jonathan Starke

Jonathan Starke is a former bodybuilder and boxer. He’s ventured to sixty countries, harvested seaweed in Ireland, given free hugs in Spain, and flipped pancakes in Denmark. He loves riding trains and wondering about the lives unfolding outside the window. His debut novel, You’ve Got Som Read More...

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