Issue 59 / Spring 2016
Get ready for a new world
This issue surveys the contemporary landscape of matrimony, as writers recall walking down the aisle for the first or third or fifth time; vow never to wed again, except in the role of officiant; dissect the first year of marriage; brave city hall; and realize what it means to bind yourself, for better or for worse, to another person. There’s no one way to get or to be married, and when it comes to the ties that bind, it’s a new world.
Plus, a profile of New York Times obituary writer Margalit Fox; why divorce memoirs are flourishing; and a special single-author collection of Tiny Truths.
Randon Billings Noble
Kathleen McKitty Harris
Amanda J. Crawford
Matthew G. Miller
Rachel Ann Brickner
Humbling encounters with forces beyond our control
The good, the bad, and the biting truth
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