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Steven Harvey

Steven Harvey is the author of three collections of essays including A Geometry of Lilies, Lost in Translation, and Bound for Shady Grove. He teaches English and creative writing at Young Harris College and is a founding faculty member with the Ashland University MFA Program.Work by Steven Harv Read More...

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Sydney Lea

Sydney Lea, a former Pulitzer finalist, founded and for thirteen years edited New England Review. His thirteenth collection of poems, Here, is due from Four Way Books next year. Likewise, Vermont’s Green Writers Press will soon publish The Music of What Happens: Lyric and Everyday Life, his co Read More...

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Rebecca McClanahan

Rebecca McClanahan has published ten books of nonfiction, essays, poetry, and writing instruction, most recently The Tribal Knot: A Memoir of Family, Community, and a Century of Change and a new edition of Word Painting: The Fine Art of Writing Descriptively. Her work has appeared in Best American E Read More...

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Volume 13 Number 2

Volume 13, Number 2Table of Contents HeadwatersEditor's NotesJoe MackallIn the third or fourth year of River Teeth’s existence, a former undergraduate English professor of mine submitted an essay to us.  Read More...“The Book of Knowledge”Steven HarveyIn 1952, when I was Read More...

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Jon Kerstetter

Jon Kerstetterhas completed three combat tours of duty in Iraq with the U.S. Army as a combat physician and flight surgeon. He obtained his MD degree from the Mayo Medical School in Rochester, MN. He also holds an MS in business from the University of Utah and an MFA in creative nonfiction from Ashl Read More...

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Thomas Larson

Thomas Larson is a journalist, critic, and memoirist. He is the author of three books: The Sanctuary of Illness: A Memoir of Heart Disease, The Saddest Music Ever Written: The Story of Samuel Barber’s “Adagio for Strings,” and The Memoir and the Memoirist: Readi Read More...

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Sarah M. Wells

Sarah M. Wells is the author of the chapbook of poems, Acquiesce, winner of the Starting Gate Award from Finishing Line Press. Her full-length poetry manuscript Pruning Burning Bushes was a finalist for the 2012 T.S. Eliot Prize with Truman State University Press. Other poems and essays by Well Read More...

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Sara Loewen

Sara LoewenWork by Sara Loewen has been included in Issue 13.2.’s essay collection is forthcoming from the University of Alaska Press in 2013. Her essays have appeared in Terrain, The Laurel Review, Cirque, and Literary Mama. She lives on Kodiak Island with her husband and two children. Read More...

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Leila Philip

Leila PhilipWork by Leila Philip has been included in Issue 13.2 and 15.2.Leila Philip is the author of three books of nonfiction, including her most recent work, the award-winning memoir, A Family Place: A Hudson Valley Farm, Three Centuries, Five Wars, One Family (Viking 2001, Penguin 2002, SUNY E Read More...

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MaryKatherine Ramsey

MaryKatherine RamseyWork by MaryKatherine Ramsey has been included in Issue a graduate of the M.F.A. program in Creative Writing at The Ohio State University.  She previously earned an MA in Comparative Literature at the University of Cincinnati.  Her work can be read or is forth c Read More...

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Dan Roche

Dan RocheThe work of Dan Roche has been included in Issue 13.2.’s memoirs include Great Expectation: A Father’s Diary (Iowa, 2008) and Love’s Labors: A Story of Marriage (Riverhead, 1999), and his nonfiction has appeared in The North American Review, The Journal, Fourth Genre, Unde Read More...

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Michael R. Shea

Michael R. SheaWork by Michael R. Shea has been included in Issue a video producer at Field & Stream and Outdoor Life magazines. A former newspaper reporter, he’s a recent graduate of the M.F.A. Writing Program at Columbia University. Read More...

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Editor's Notes, Volume 13 Number 2

In the third or fourth year of River Teeth’s existence, a former undergraduate English professor of mine submitted an essay to us. As I tore open the envelope, I fantasized about how many nasty ways I could reject this guy. I generally loved my undergraduate experience in English, mainly becau Read More...
Author: Joe Mackall
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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...

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