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Harvey, Kerstetter Essays Chosen for Reprint in Best American Essays 2013

Two essays first published in River Teeth: A Journal of Nonfiction Narrative Volume 13, Number 2 will be featured in Best American Essays 2013, the long-running series published by Houghton Mifflin Books and edited by Robert Atwan.  Steven Harvey's essay, "The Book of Knowledge" and Jon Kerstet Read More...

AWP 15th Anniversary Reading

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. The reading will take place in Room 618/619/620, Washington State Convention Center, Level 6. Rumor has it they are also recor Read More...

Steven Harvey--The Humble Essayist--Joins RT Staff

River Teeth is pleased to welcome Steven Harvey as the most recent addition to our editorial staff as Senior Editor. Today, Steve launched a new website, The Humble Essayist:"The Fourth of July is not only a national holiday, it is also the day, 169 years ago, that Henry David Thoreau moved int Read More...


When my mother caught Chris and me looking at Playboy, we knew we were in trouble, but to my surprise she did not get angry. She took me into the house and pulled out the large glossy art books with paintings by the Impressionists. “A woman’s body is beautiful,” she told me. I&rsqu Read More...

A Son Coming Home

The Book of Knowledge and Wonder by Steven Harvey Steven Harvey, in his marvelous memoir, The Book of Knowledge and Wonder, is on a journey to discover and understand his mother who committed suicide in April, 1961, when Harvey was eleven years old. Reflecting on her act, Harvey observes that i Read More...

River Teeth at AWP 2015

River Teeth and its editors will be tromping all about Minneapolis April 8-11. We hope we'll run into you at the book fair (Booth 308 with Ashland University's MFA Program), in the hotel lobby, at the bar, out on the town, or maybe even in one of these sessions:Mr. Capote's Nonfiction Novel: A 50th Read More...

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

For those who attended this spring's River Teeth Nonfiction Conference, you already know what a fine session Ana Maria Spagna and Steven Harvey had on "The Essay in Parts," and you can listen to their talk in our conference archives. Sarah M. Wells and Jill Christman also presented on Read More...

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