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Margo Orlando Littell's The Distance From Four Points

An Excerpt From The Distance From Four Points

Robin must reshape her idea of home or risk repeating her greatest mistakes. The Distance from Four Points is a story about family, womanhood, and coming to terms with a left-behind past. Read...
Photo of Jenny Block by Terri Glanger

On Loving And Being Loved During A Pandemic 

We are living in a time when we need to love and be loved now more than ever. Read...
Photo courtesy of Alia Volz

Blind Fate: An Excerpt From Home Baked

During the ’70s in San Francisco, Alia’s mother ran the underground Sticky Fingers Brownies, delivering upwards of 10,000 illegal marijuana edibles per month throughout the circus-like atmosphere of a city in the throes of major change. Read...
Breaking the GAS Ceiling

Amelia Behrens Furniss’ Exploits: An Excerpt From Breaking The GAS Ceiling

To say Amelia Florence Behrens Musser Furniss led a colorful life would be an understatement. Read...
Photo of Amy and Spencer, courtesy of Amy Roost.

New Normal

Some mornings when I wake, it takes a few seconds before I remember what happened and how I arrived to the world I’m living in now. Once I do remember, I stare at the ceiling and reist getting out of bed. Read...
Laura Bogart's Don't You Know I Love You

Don't You Know I Love You (An Excerpt)

Ravishly presents an excerpt from Laura Bogart's Don't You Know I Love You. Read...
Etched in Stone by Liv Arnold

Etched In Stone (An Exclusive Excerpt)

Ravishly presents an exclusive excerpt from Liv Arnold's Etched in Stone.  Read...
Deborah J. Cohan

Phone Calls: An Excerpt From Welcome To Wherever We Are

rauma shuffles, scrambles, and pulverizes story. Trauma dislocates, dislodges, and decimates voice. I think trauma also makes story and voice possible . . . eventually. Read...