Bonus Content

The Mud Doctor by Evan Nicholls

by JHow April 24, 2018

Editorial intern Sara Larson on today’s bonus short-short: What do you call someone when no one knows their name? Maybe after the items they left behind. What would you be […]

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Michigan Gothic by Vivian Trutzl

by JHow April 19, 2018

Editorial intern Zoe Maki on today’s bonus short:  In “Michigan Gothic,” Vivian Trutzl draws the life of downstate Michiganders through nightmare doctors, Vernors, potholes, and unpredictable weather. With a dash of […]

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In the Attic, One Must Not Wear Shoes by Alexander Cendrowski

by JHow April 16, 2018

Editorial intern Rob Ball on today’s bonus story: With effortless prose and Polaroids, Alexander Cendrowski takes his young characters on a journey of self-discovery in their parents’ attic. The fragility of the […]

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Our Anniversary by Joshua Johnston

by JHow April 12, 2018

Editorial intern Zoe Maki on today’s bonus story: In “Our Anniversary,” Joshua Johnston explores how to keep a relationship together with gold spray paint and a little help from Bishopman’s […]

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In the Event of a Systems Failure by Alyssa Greene

by JHow April 10, 2018

Editorial intern Taylor Favour on today’s bonus story: Throughout “In the Event of a Systems Failure,” Alyssa Greene captivates by explaining a crime that takes place on an airline named […]

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Self-Portrait as an Aging Clown Going for an Evening Run on the Summer Solstice by Amorak Huey

by JHow April 3, 2018

Editorial intern Taylor Favour on today’s bonus poem:  In “Self-Portrait as an Aging Clown Going for an Evening Run on the Summer Solstice,” poet Amorak Huey provides midlife meditations on the […]

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Sequins by Angie Ellis

by JHow March 29, 2018

Editorial intern Zoe Maki on today’s bonus story: Today’s bonus content is sprinkled with delightful description that illuminates an eccentric grocery store clerk dissolving into a world of smooth jazz and […]

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Dear Minnetonka Lake by Elizabeth Tannen

by JHow March 26, 2018

Associate poetry editor Sara Ryan on today’s bonus poem: In “Dear Minnetonka Lake,” poet Elizabeth Tannen weaves a conversational, down-to-earth illustration of place. Of messiness. Of love and it silliness. […]

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Generosity by Holly Karapetkova

by JHow March 18, 2018

Editorial intern Zoe Maki on today’s bonus story: In “Generosity,” Holly Karapetkova gives us a poet-tyrant stuck between blurred lines of selfhood with a splash of humor and irony. Generosity […]

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Two poems by Dan Gutstein

by JHow March 13, 2018

PN’s Sara Ryan on today’s bonus poems: In “Prodrome” and “I Feel Like Inwardness,” Dan Gutstein plays with language and its constantly shifting identities. These poems meld definition and meditative […]

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