“American Ghost,” by Janis Owens

Review by David Kinzer I don’t know if you’re a writer, and if you are, I don’t know if you’ve ever told someone you’re writing about race. What I do know is that if you tell people this enough, you’ll inevitably get a response along the lines of “Why write about race? No matter what […]

“Miss Julia to the Rescue,” by Ann Ross

Reviewed by David Kinzer Miss Julia is the protagonist of a series of popular novels, a Southern widow of considerable wealth, relative age, and the Presbyterian persuasion. She doesn’t solve mysteries so much as become embroiled in the chaotic events of her neighbors’ lives. Her latest adventure is documented in Miss Julia to the Rescue. […]

David Kinzer

David Kinzer is an MFA candidate in fiction at the University of Arkansas. Previously, he attended the University of Michigan, where he received a Hopwood Award for his writing. His latest story, “The Homosexual Vogue: Selected Letters of E.M. Forster, 1928,” was published in Quarter After Eight, with an introduction by Peter Ho Davies.