Fourth Genre 22, no. 2

Fourth Genre 22, no. 2

Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction (Journal)

Edited by Joey Franklin

Published by: Michigan State University Press

, 6.00 x 9.00 in

  • ISBN: 9781684301119
  • Published: September 2020


In This Issue

Editors’ Note
Patrick Madden and Joey Franklin, “Untimely”

Danielle Cadena Deulen, “Driving Lessons”

Mary Mullen, “Mr. Moon”

Benjamín Naka-Hasebe Kingsley, “Home/boy”

David Lazar, “Martin Balsam: The Best Possible Arnold Burns”

Nellie Croy Smith, “I Went to the City in the Year of the Flood”

Peter Wayne Moe, “To Flense”

Jacqueline Doyle, “On Being Told That Her First Husband”

Helena Rho, “The Korean Woman”

Laura Johnsrude, “Finishing the Breast (or, Four Bras a Year)”

Jan Shoemaker, “A Crack in Everything”

Phillip Sterling, “Between Kennel and Creek”

Elizabeth M. Dalton, “Burying Molly”

Tyler Lewke, “American Crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos)”

Anna Whiteside, “All My Little Deaths”

Mike Yunxuan Li, “A Diff erent Kind of Mind Palace”

Jordi Doce, translated by Steven J. Stewart, “Aphorisms: From Perros en la playa (Dogs on the Beach)”

Marianne Manzler, “On the Making of a Mumu”

John Patrick McShea, “Fear and the Mesa (South on Utah State Route 261)”

Rod Rosenquist, “Ladies and Gentlemen: The Steelhead”

Christine McSwain, “Excavation of a Car Crash”

Nora Seilheimer, “A Bind”

Review Essays
A. Kendra Greene and Fowzia Karimi, “Inter-Review: On the Objects of Memory and Where Text Meets Image on the Page”
Fowzia Karimi, Above Us the Milky Way
A. Kendra Greene, The Museum of Whales You Will Never See

Sue William Silverman and Gail Griffin, “Inter-Review: A Conversation about Memoir-in-Essays, Memory, and Survival”
Gail Griffin, Grief’s Country: A Memoir in Pieces
Sue William Silverman, How to Survive Death and Other Inconveniences

Patrick Madden, “Addendum to the Essay-Lover’s Guide to Brian Doyle”
Brian Doyle, One Long River of Song: Notes on Wonder

About the Contributors