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Poetry: Four times over by Sallie Fullerton

Sallie Fullerton glides her words into the readers body, that the thing of flesh may be escaped, walked away from. “Four times over” is more than an exploration of what the body is for—the poem interrogates what the body is,…

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Essay: Both Voices Are Valuable; Both Should Be Heard by Susan Yanos

Susan Yanos was selected last year as our Frontier Fellow—she is a wonderfully insightful writer and represents a voice and perspective not heard enough in our shared creative spaces. We proudly publish this essay of hers, on the inclusion and…

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Poetry: If a Lion Could Speak, We Couldn’t Understand Him by Margaret Ray

The truth of the apocalypse is that our language will die with us—what if words, this dark future asks, are neither immortal nor inevitable? Margaret Ray here explores the edges of this question with both the awe and fear that…

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fron·tier

the extreme limit of understanding or achievement in a particular area

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fron·tier

brink, boundary, borderland

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fron·tier

a line between different or opposed things

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