Month: November 2016

Bulletproof: Thoughts on Pain and Parenting

Which leaves me with this question: where is the line between helping your child be a socially competent citizen who can have a tooth filled or a vaccination without a struggle and teaching your child (your girl) directly, or through example, that her pain is less important than her ability to withstand it? The answer is not in the way that I was taught to experience pain.

So to Speak’s 2016 Contests Now Open

Judges Nancy Sausser, Natalie Diaz, Laura Ellen Scott, and Kerry Howley. Winners in each genre will receive a $500 prize, publication in the print journal, and 2 copies of the prize issue.

Three Poems + An Introduction by Nicole Tong

Dickinson said, “You cannot fold a flood.” These poems present the expense of trying. It is scary when the body won’t do what you want it to. The result, many times, is an isolating silence.

Review of Zeina Hashem Beck’s 3arabi Song

Zeina Hashem Beck’s  3arabi Song won the 2016 Rattle Chapbook Prize. Of which Rattle says, “This little book will break your heart then mend it.” You

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