Review: New Proverbs

Defiantly honest stories test the roots of this Kansas City honky tonker’s debut solo album BY JORGE KRZYZANIAK | THE NEW TERRITORY ISSUE 03 The first I ever heard of Adam Lee I was on my couch, in my underwear, watching every video I could find on youtube like...

Review: Vanishing Monuments by John Elizabeth Stintzi

Multiplicity is the point. Review by Nathan Thomas John Elizabeth Stinzi: Vanishing Monuments. Arsenal Pulp Press, 2020. At the newspaper where I worked in college, we were taught that a story’s lead was a story’s everything—This. Happened. The lead was the whole and...
Issue 05 Review: Find Your Medicine And Use It

Issue 05 Review: Find Your Medicine And Use It

Find Your Medicine And Use It Nahko and Medicine for the People: A band with music so sunny it could change your outlook Review by Jorge Kryzyzaniak Last year, I couldn’t make it to the Mountain Jam Festival, at Hunter Mountain in New York. But I also couldn’t miss...
Issue 07 Review: Power of the Song

Issue 07 Review: Power of the Song

Power of the Song This May Be The Last Time documents history of Muscogee hymns Review by Elena McLaughlin Stereotypical portrayals of Native Americans are still abundant in contemporary media, and too often American Indians do not have control over their...

Issue 07 Review: A Friend of Dorothy

A Friend of Dorothy No Place Like Home weaves a literary love story Review by Alex Dzurick Several years ago, I took a summer road trip from central Missouri to Boulder, Colorado. I drove across the entire state of Kansas, encountering along the way its major cities...

Issue 07 Review: Shrouded By The Dark Woods

Shrouded By The Dark Woods Unnatural Habitats and Other Stories offers Ozark noir served warm Review by Elizabeth Prentice Angela Mitchell’s debut book, Unnatural Habitats and Other Stories, is a collection of fictional stories that evoke the singular quality of the...