“In 1918, she became the first Black woman tennis player to appear on the cover of an American magazine.”
“Tucked far away with my children, this is where I feel safest and most afraid.”
“The poet on radical revision, our reflections, and photographing poets.”
“The shaming and incarceration of Patricia Ann Prewitt.”
“On one of her monthly brownie runs, my mom caught her first glimpse of the monster coming our way.”
“You wondered out loud what writing “multiculturally” actually meant and what kind of black man would write the word “bro” in an email.”
Shelter in place has given The Best American Travel Writing series editor a lot of time to think about travel writing’s future, and whether pandemic will move travel writers’ focus closer to home.
“I never knew my uncle. But it’s the absence of inquiry that feels most disquieting.”