From the Desk of Craig S. Chapman: An Expedition that Needed Another Look

Craig S. Chapman spent thirty years managing dual careers in telecom network sales and the U.S. Army and National Guard. He is the author of Battle Hardened: An Infantry Officer’s Harrowing Journey from D-Day to VE Day and More Terrible Than Victory: North Carolina’s … Continue reading From the Desk of Craig S. Chapman: An Expedition that Needed Another Look

From the Desk of Lisa Hendrickson: The Joys of Going Down the Rabbit Hole

Lisa Hendrickson is the owner of Lisa Hendrickson Communications and a former corporate and nonprofit public relations director. She has written or edited five books, including Indiana at 200: A Celebration of the Hoosier State and Kiritsis and Me: Enduring 63 Hours at Gunpoint. … Continue reading From the Desk of Lisa Hendrickson: The Joys of Going Down the Rabbit Hole

From the Desk of Erin Flanagan: This Isn’t the Life I Signed Up For

Erin Flanagan is a professor at Wright State University. She is the author of two short story collections, The Usual Mistakes (Nebraska, 2005) and It’s Not Going to Kill You, and Other Stories (Bison Books, 2013). Her book, Deer Season (Nebraska, 2021), is now available. … Continue reading From the Desk of Erin Flanagan: This Isn’t the Life I Signed Up For

From the Desk of Paulette Steeves: The Indigenous Paleolithic of the Western Hemisphere

Paulette F. C. Steeves (Cree-Métis) is an associate professor of sociology and Canada Research Chair Tier II Indigenous History Healing and Reconciliation at Algoma University. She is also an adjunct faculty at Mount Allison University. Her book, The Indigenous Paleolithic of … Continue reading From the Desk of Paulette Steeves: The Indigenous Paleolithic of the Western Hemisphere

From the Desk of Jennifer K. Sweeney: On Lyric Space During the Pandemic, and a Poetry of In-betweenness

Jennifer K. Sweeney is the author of three other poetry collections, including Little Spells, How to Live on Bread and Music, and Salt Memory. The recipient of the James Laughlin Award from the Academy of American Poets and a Pushcart Prize, she teaches at the … Continue reading From the Desk of Jennifer K. Sweeney: On Lyric Space During the Pandemic, and a Poetry of In-betweenness