For this issue of Ruminate, we explore what it means to be known. How can we know ourselves and those around us? When have we remembered or realized that we're not alone? What is like when a person or a piece of art “gets” you? Or doesn’t. Can we ever be truly, wholly known? Join us in exploring and reflecting on these questions and much more!
FEATURING Fiction from Doug Cornett, Will Jones, and Elizabeth Kaye Cook + Poetry from Derrick Austin, Cindy King, and John Estes + Art from Marianne Lettieri and Doug Calisch + 2015 William Van Dyke Short Story Prize judged by Amy Lowe.
Our days are often busy and loud, yet we feel empty and asleep. Storytelling and art reminds us to slow down and live more fully awake with compassion, creativity, and curiosity. Subscribe and join our community—let's stay awake together!