Nonfiction by Ana Maria Caballero
Oath Ceremony The morning after the afternoon I confirmed my brother’s irreversible rag heart, I accompanied my husband to be sworn in as a U.S. Citizen. Here I am: in the U.S. Citizenship Oath Ceremony Room. Coldplay is playing in the U.S. Citizenship Oath Ceremony Room. Pictures of children and elderly faces from evidently distant places hang on the walls, and I wonder—while knowing the answer—if the same pictures hang from the walls of every one of these U.S. Citizenship O
An Interview with Kathryn Cowles
Having recently read her second book, I had the tremendous pleasure of speaking with Kathryn Cowles on two occasions, this past fall.
"About the Work" with Suphil Lee Park
"About the Work" with Suphil Lee Park In our "About the Work" series, Savannah Trent asks recent contributors for insight into their writing or for current sources of inspiration. Read Park's poem, "“Another Day Dead from Having Been Awake Too Long” in SER vol. 38.2. From their group-minded behavior to their pilfering habits in the early spring, bees are such arcane little insects with lots of gut, sometimes literally, when they sting. In short, bees are exemplary of mother n