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Killing WolvesThe trapper struggles to hold on to something that seems almost as elusive as the wolves they pursue: the chance to make a life out of wilderness
Issue 07 / Issue 24/25 / In Fact / On Nature
A June Journal"The Cape Cod evenings overwhelm me. This time of year is a blessing, a gift."
The Rope Test—and the Disciplined Writing LifeWhat's the Story #7
Pierre Menard in New EnglandFor a man who spends a lot of time reading, I also specialize in avoiding the task. Too many moments seem impropitious to the concentration a good book requires.
Dinner at Uncle Boris’Always plenty of good food and wine. The four of us at the table take turns uncorking new bottles. We drink out of water glasses the way they do in the old country.
Finders Keepers: The Story of Joey CoyleComing down made Joey Coyle feel desperate and confused. When he was high the drug filled his chest and head with gusts of power so great that he could barely breathe or think fast enough.
Issue 07 / Issue 24/25 / In Fact
I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden SayThe odd thing about this love we have of Buddy Bolden is that we know so little of him. And perhaps, in true New Orleans style, that is why we hold him dear.
Two JunesA garden is one way to measure time.
Interview with Sherry SimpsonCNF asks Sherry Simpson some questions about her recent essay, "Killing Wolves"
Interview with David GessnerWriter David Gessner answers some questions about his recent essay