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Current Issue: 306.1 NAR Spring 2021
The Story of an Essay
Writing Your Character's B-roll
Greetings From Mexico
Words, Words, Words—Such a Fortune Wasted
A Thousand Words
Gathering Road Dust
A Visit from the Friendly Aunts
How Was "Eight Hours, with Cow" Born?
Fences and Fax Machines
Once There Was America
On the 'The Hunger Artist' and Songs of the Isolationist
In Light of Recent Events
On Writing "Rock Springs, Iowa"
What to Save
Taking Sanctuary on the Island of Aloneness
Walt Whitman’s Blog Post: Six Steps to Writing a Blog Post for a Literary Magazine that is Publishing Your Better Writing in Their Print Magazine
On "Frida Kahlo Sex Dreams" from issue 302.3 Summer 2017
In Honor of Whitman and Williams
On "A Murder During the Reagan Era"
"The Literary Rub"
"This is Like Writing"
On “I, Beast”
On “Moving Men”
Write From the Body
The Story of “Reincarnation"
"On Re-Breaking Lines"
"Barbarian in the Garden"
"Musing on the Idea of Being Infested"
Past Perfect: The President, Press Secretary, and White House Press Corps
On “There were Two Unanswered Voice Mails from You”
"Making the Best of the Worst of It"
On “I’m Like a Story Someone Told”
"Introduction to Arab American Poetry" from NAR 302.2
Essay On Writing the Poem “Not the Thing, but the Fossil of the Thing"
"Factual Telepathy: Gnosticism in the Poetry of Susan Howe"
"Poetry, Natural Selection, and Chance: An Essay on Teaching"
Meditations of Robert Green Ingersoll Part Four
"The Gift Tower: Ethnicity, Race, Class, Consumerism, Advertising/Marketing, and the Interrogation of Whiteness"
"Q&A with Daniel Payne about Orion on the Dunes"
"Coming Alive with Taylor Brorby: A Conversation"
"The Long Road: On the Loss of Jim Tolan"
"John Burroughs and Yosemite"
Poetry Organizations from Across the U.S. Join Together To Offer March 2017 Programs on Migration
"Song of Myself: Confessions of a Self-Proclaimed Introvert"
Meditations of Robert Green Ingersoll Part Three
Presidents and the North American Review
"Fighting Words: Fictional Struggles, Inside and Out"
Station to Station
"(Don't) Stop Hitting Yourself: Poetic Turns and Perspective-Taking"
Meditations Of Robert Green Ingersoll Part Two
On “Antique Store”
Writing As Momentary Witness
Not Not Remembering Jake Adam York
Meditations Of Robert Green Ingersoll
“Let The Earth Be Lucky”: A Remembrance Of James Hearst
“Out-Of-Touch, In Touch, To Touch: The Role Of Sense-Based Poetry In The Digital Era”