A long-form magazine that intertwines the genres of news, opinion and creative nonfiction.

April 14 edition:

Alice from Alice in Wonderland in a red car.

Becoming Alice

I like to joke that I-94 and I-80 are my second homes. I’ve spent thousands of miles on them, miles that trade scenery for ease — hop on and drive, no directions needed. The “check engine” light on the dashboard […]

Michigan Missed Connections and the value of virtual interactions

There is a new way University of Michigan students are virtually interacting this semester aside from the relatively new expectations of an online education — the Instagram account Michigan Missed Connections (@michiganmissedconnections). The account posts anonymous stories submitted by students […]

Ann Arbor runs on the arts

Spring finally feels like it has permanently sprung as the sun shines down on a happily busy State Street. Even the deepest crevices of Graffiti Alley on East Liberty feel just a little bit brighter. For the first time in […]

April 7 edition:

Body Edition:

Vehicle, vessel, me

The air was the kind you feel like you could drink. I took big, selfish gulps of it, happy to have found an empty stretch of concrete on a day so beautiful it had coaxed everyone out of their quarantine […]

A desk with a typewriter.

Letting the body write

For people who write regularly, one of the most disheartening experiences is that of “writer’s block.” It is an unpleasant feeling, to say the least. No matter how hard I try, the words do not come. Or, they come in […]

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