Fourth Genre 22, no. 1

Fourth Genre 22, no. 1

Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction (Journal)

Edited by Laura Julier, Patrick Madden and Joey Franklin

Published by: Michigan State University Press

Imprint: MSU Press Journals

6.00 x 9.00 x 0.00 in

  • ISBN: 9781684301102
  • Published: March 2020


In This Issue

Editors’ Notes
Laura Julier
Joey Franklin and Patrick Madden

Winner, 2019 Fourth Genre Steinberg Essay Prize
Marco Verdoni, “When to Tell Someone You Went to Prison”

Ana Maria Spagna, “Massacre”
Jo Hooste, “The Middle Way”
Arianne Zwartjes, “Notes on Bewilderment”
James Allen Hall, “Rescue Me”
Prachi Priyam, “Suppose This Is Globe”
Jason Thayer, “In the Shadow of a Mountain”
Amy Wright, “Circle of Willis”
Cameron Quan Louie, “Visions”
Lindsay Wilson, “A Few Songs as One”
Anastasia Walker, “Memory’s Disavowed Daughter”
Shara McCallum, “Not Sound but the Memory of Sound”
Fátima Policarpo, “Speak, Body”
Cuifen Chen, “Jennifer”
Emily Waples, “The Ridgeway”
Joshua Doležal, “Syruping”
Beth Cleary, “Bird Hearts”
Molly Rideout, “Flight Officer Carl George Larsen (Feb 22, 1921–Aug 31, 1943): Union Cemetery, Columbus, Ohio”
Jacob Little, “Going to Gooseberry Falls”

Review Essays
Timothy J. Hillegonds and Kate Carroll de Gutes, “Embodying Masculinity: Two Writers on Gender, Binaries, and Moving Beyond”
Timothy J. Hillegonds, The Distance Between: A Memoir

Nancy DeJoy, “Memoir as Process: Something Other than Remembering”
Helen Macdonald, H is for Hawk
Rebecca Solnit, The Faraway Nearby

Kate Carroll de Gutes, “On Reckoning with White Privilege and the Black Struggle to Survive”
Saeed Jones, How We Fight for Our Lives: A Memoir
Kiese Laymon, Heavy: An American Memoir