Laurie D. Graham: Jan, you and I have worked together a number of times now in a few different editorial capacities, and I count myself lucky to have edited your work. I’ve learned a lot from doing so. I . . .
Earlier each day comes the light and our appetite, the terror that we are, shines darkly in every living thing. The drought intensifies, its yammer wilder, more dimensionless: no one is listening and everything is listened . . .
For our special feature on endings in Brick 91, Jan Zwicky took a different tack than her fellow contributors. Instead of focusing on the ending of a beloved short story or novel, she moved us with her interpretation of a . . .