By Angel Sands Gunn. “‘Does America deserve to survive?’ Faulkner asked, knowing from his life in Mississippi how ghosts live on.
By Kate Craig. A poet reports on the solar eclipse in the age of climate change skepticism.
By Jenna Spagnolo. A man called president stared directly into the sun during the eclipse.
By Sean J. Mahoney. How can you be sure this is not really as it is, and how it always has been?
By Howard Debs. Calculating the route that the suspected killer of Heather Heyer took on his way to Charlottesville’s white supremacist rally.
By Nico Amador. After Charlottesville, love for country is hard to swallow.
By Jenna Spagnolo. The hoods are off. The rest is familiar.
By Kurt Cole Eidsvig. The story of 8 overdoses in a 48-hour period could come from almost any town in the U.S. right now.
By Marcelius Braxton. A neo-Nazi with explosives is set free by a Florida judge who rules he is not a threat.
By Lauren Camp. “We sit on the porch as tuneless cars repeat / their litany in distant atmosphere.”