Before her rolled the quarter section, except for the little box-house, as bare of fences and buildings as when the Wades had first camped on it in their prairie schooner
She knew it had crossed the plains with her people in a prairie schooner
Hala Alyan is an award-winning Palestinian American poet, novelist, and clinical psychologist whose work has appeared in numerous journals including the Missouri Review, Prairie Schooner
, and Colorado Review.
Exploring similar themes to Aliu's short story collection, Domesticated Wild Things (winner of the 2012 Prairie Schooner
Book Prize), Brass is a unique twist on a mother-daughter story as well as an immigrant's tale, with reflections on abandonment, dreams, disappointment and the kind of resilience it takes to endure, despite all odds.
He was awarded the Amy Clampitt Residency for 2018 and The Glenna Luschei Prairie Schooner
Award in the Fall 2015 issue.
And over at Prairie Schooner
, a new Fadwa Soleiman poem appears, shortly after the author's death , translated by Marilyn Hacker.
Amina Gautier's The Loss of All Lost Things begins with a story, which first appeared in Prairie Schooner
, about a kidnapped boy who prefers to think of himself as lost rather than taken.
Review, Prairie Schooner
, Southern Poetry Review, and MSS.
It was there I joined the editorial staff of Prairie Schooner
and wrote my first book.
His work has appeared in various periodicals such as The Kenyon Review, Prairie Schooner
, and The Nation among others.
Fortunately a man who was riding his prairie schooner
saved at the eleventh hour and saved from possible killing.
His work is forthcoming, or has recently appeared, in Pleiades, Conduit, Passages North, Prairie Schooner
, and Antioch Review.