An Interview with author Halle Butler, Adroit Journal
“Sisters in Arms,” Take Magazine
“The iPhone’s Secret Powers,” Take Magazine
“An Unknown Weed,” Vermont Cannabis News
On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong, The Shoestring
Multiple for Library Journal
Bread by Lisa Knopp, Brevity
Bestiary by Lily Hoang, Barrelhouse
On Anthony Bourdain, Barrelhouse
“Spicy Plants,” Barrelhouse
Stay Fluent is the personal newsletter Sierra has written and co-produced with various artists since 2015. Find many more essays, postcards, and critiques within the archive. Excerpts are cross-posted to the blog every week.
The Lives of the plovers: 2016 indies finalist
Contributing Author: Coming of Age at the End of Nature
Originally published by Yale’s Sage Magazine and later collected in Coming of Age at the End of Nature by Trinity University Press, The Lives of the Plovers burrows into Ellen Meloy’s idea of “deep place.” Situated on the fault line between bird-lovers and regular beachgoers, Plovers takes a reverent crawl across the invisible battlefields that are Cape Cod’s outer beaches.
Read the original essay on Sage.
Buy the anthology from Trinity University Press.