If you’re looking for something good to read this weekend, here are several worthy options:
Poetry lovers should check out Cassie Pruyn‘s three poems that were included as part of CutBank’s “All Accounts and Mixture” online series: http://www.cutbankonline.org/cutbank-blog/2016/7/all-accounts-mixture-cassie-prurn.
And Tanya Grae has some beautiful new work online at Agni and at Fjords Review: http://www.bu.edu/agni/authors/T/Tanya-Grae.html and http://fjordsreview.com/featured/current_issue.html.
And be sure to read a new poem by Larry Thacker‘s in The Rappahannock Review: http://www.rappahannockreview.com/larry-thacker/.
If Creative Non-Fiction is more your style, you should read Elizabeth Glass’s essay “A Series of Almosts” online at The Manifest-Station: http://themanifeststation.net/2016/08/24/a-series-of-almosts/#more-16645.
And Susan Pagani has a wonderful essay, “On Living with Geese,” online at Switchback: https://www.swback.com/issues/2016/living-geese.html.
Corina Zappia wrote a fantastic review of Seattle restaurants in The Stranger:http://www.thestranger.com/food-and-drink/2016/08/26/24520833/seattles-downtown-evolution. I promise it’s a fun read, even if you won’t be in Seattle anytime soon.