A Look Back . . .
It’s a tough time right now. Most of us are sheltered at home, unsure what’s to come with the outbreak of COVID-19. So we had an idea, inspired by The Paris Review‘s “The Art of Distance”: we’re sharing pieces from past issues of Nimrod, in hopes of relieving a sense of stagnancy and defeat among the literary community. Throughout the next few weeks, we’ll share here poems and stories that take us elsewhere, that give us hope, that provide some meaning.
First, some selections from Leaving Home, Finding Home (spring/summer 2017):
Gregory Djanikian, Homecoming
Hali F. Sofala, On Belonging
Mary Block, After It Rained
Chelsea Dingman, Why I Leave
M. E. MacFarland, A Brief and True Report of the New Found Land in California
Check back for more soon!
Our goal is to eventually list all previous issues of Nimrod here. Check back to see our progress!