It seems almost impossible to pigeonhole Wallace Kaufman, except to say that he seems to have followed his nose down many interesting avenues in life. From an expedition to the arctic, and time spent living in Kazakhstan just after the fall of the USSR, to learning Spanish in order to raise his daughter in a bilingual home, and living alone in the woods. To hear him speak about it, it seems as if somehow, it all just happened. We are honored for him to have answered our questions.
We are now seeking fiction, nonfiction, poetry, interviews, and–a new addition–visual media (art and photography) for our summer 2020 issue. We are also open to photo stories and mixed media. Please query us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send us your work by June 15th. Also, we are now offering a (small) payment. As always, the theme […]