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Ceremony is Protest, Protest is Ceremony

“You Can’t Stop the Ceremonies:” The Wakarusa Wetlands

Issue 07 Review: A Friend of Dorothy

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,...

Issue 05 Review: Deceit in the Sunflower State

Issue 05 Review: Deceit in the Sunflower State

Deceit in the Sunflower State The first adult novel from Kansas City author Amy Engel Review by Marcus Williams Amy...

Review: Cindi Mayweather ascends

Monáe emerges triumphant and euphoric in the hand-clapping final track, “Americans,” just as Jane gets through to Zen and they escape together. She belongs here, Monáe sings, even with the country’s history of sexism and homophobia and of seeing “my color before my vision.”

A Look Back at “The Dependents:” Michael Noll’s Q&A

  Michael Noll is the author of the short story “The Dependents,” which was featured as a New Territory Free Story...

Free Story of the Month: ‘Big Sky Tourism’

Free Story of the Month: ‘Big Sky Tourism’

The people making grassland ecotourism work in Nebraska took lessons from Namibia. BY DANIEL CLAUSEN | PHOTOS BY MICHAEL FORSBERG | THE NEW...

How Adam Saunders designs a better Midwest future

Adam Saunders is an urban farmer, forester, entrepreneur and futurist thinker. His feature in The New Territory Issue 01 is...

Free Story of the Month: The Dependents

Free Story of the Month: The Dependents

  BY MICHAEL NOLL | ARTWORK BY ANDY VALDIVIA | THE NEW TERRITORY ISSUE 02 | PDF Version Nancy had been cooking all day:...

Network: Q & A with Mary Kirkendoll: music, yoga and a peace of mind in the lower Midwest

Network: Q & A with Mary Kirkendoll: music, yoga and a peace of mind in the lower Midwest

The Dependents

The Dependents

Did they dare hope for anything good? BY MICHAEL NOLL | THE NEW TERRITORY ISSUE 02 Nancy had been cooking all day: a...