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Tag: Editor’s Note

| By Michael Nye

[ Issue Issue #18 ]

Winter 2024

To read this editor’s note, please purchase a copy of Issue #18, which will be released in December 2023, or become a subscriber to the magazine.

| By Michael Nye

[ Issue Issue #13 ]

Spring 2022

To read this editor’s note, please purchase a copy of issue #13, due out in March 2022.

| By Michael Nye

[ Issue Issue #12 ]

Autumn 2021

To read this introduction, please purchase a copy of issue #12 or subscribe to the magazine. The autumn 2021 issue will ship in November.  

| By Michael Nye

[ Issue Issue #11 ]

Summer 2021

I am incredibly proud to feature the winner of our 2nd annual Story Foundation Prize, Karl Taro Greenfield, who’s remarkable story “Womanly Words” opens our summer issue. Set in imperial Japan, the young protagonist is the fifth and youngest son, and in a time of growing nationalism, he struggles with issues of masculinity, strength, and …

| By Michael Nye

[ Issue Issue #10 ]

Spring 2021

To read this introduction, please purchase a copy of issue #10 or subscribe to the magazine. The spring 2021 issue will ship in April.

| By Michael Nye

[ Issue Issue #6 ]

Fall 2019

Although the issue in your hands (this might be true, it might not; after all, you could be reading this on your phone or you could be reading it on desktop monitor, but the basic idea of intimacy still holds, I hope) is the third and final issue of 2019, the revitalization of Story began …

| By Michael Nye

[ Issue Issue #5 ]

Summer 2019

I am deeply saddened by the death of Lee K. Abbott, who passed away in April, at age 71. A majestic storyteller, Lee was a master of the short form, publishing seven collections of stories with a narrative voice that was joyous, soulful, and heartbreaking. I took Lee’s Advanced Fiction Writing class in 2000 during …

| By Travis Kurowski

[ Issue Issue #3 ]

Binaries & Borders

“When we change languages, we are altering ourselves, and at the same time giving up parts of ourselves.  And here, now, I feel like I am nearly lost.” —from The Possibilities Are Endless by Maya Weeks I. One of my students was wearing a “No Binary” button the other day, which made me happy. As …