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Chase Twichell’s poem “Sad Song” was featured in Salmagundi and appeared in Best American Poetry (2018) along with winning a Pushcart Prize. Her recent book, Things As It Is, was published by Copper Canyon Press. You can listen to Chase read and discuss her poem in the audio note below. Photograph by Emma Dodge Hanson
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April 16, 2019Chase Twichell’s poem “Sad Song” is featured in Salmagundi #190-191. Here’s an audio piece about the poem—including an original interview with Twichell—created by Skidmore student Olivia Fidler in a course that’s a colloboration between the college’s Documentary Studies (MDOCs) program and the magazine.

The Snake in the Garden

Salmagundi No. 197-198, Winter - Spring 2018

Scandal Mad and Boy Crazy

A Brooklyn Bovary

(As Told by Her Son)

On The Good Wife

Salmagundi No. 195/196, Summer – Fall 2017

Is Drawing Dead?

The Photographs of Rosalind Fox Solomon

Salmagundi No. 190/191 Spring-Summer 2016

Hate Speech

Salmagundi No. 197-198, Winter - Spring 2018

Fear of Contagion and the Rage to Censor

Salmagundi No. 197-198, Winter - Spring 2018