We did it. What a year.

S. Tremaine Nelson
November 12, 2020

We started in February. Then came the pandemic. Then came the death of George Floyd, Breanna Taylor, and all the unnamed victims before them. Then came the unmarked Federal vans full of Trump soldiers. Then came the forest fires that closed our city for more than a week. Then came the election. Then came the refusal to concede the election. Then came the news from our printer that proofs were available. Then came the first copy of our relaunch. And, at last, for $24 (until we run out) you can order it here.

Educated in Tennessee, married young in Alabama, S. Tremaine Nelson is a former poetry reader at The Paris Review and an alumnus of the fiction department of The New Yorker. He is a fourth-generation Oregonian living in Portland, where he was born and raised. He is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and the Columbia University MFA program.