Florida poet Paul Kiernan gives voice and humanity to one of the most maligned women of classical poetry, Helen of Troy.
After a glioblastoma diagnosis, Tallu Schuyler Quinn wrote about what dying meant to her body, mind and heart in this series of moving essays.
Annie Dillard celebrates humanity by taking the widest view of its activities, hopes, dreams and values. She then asks, what would we really do with this new, expanded perspective?
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie argues that which stories get to be told and how they are told essentially depends on who is telling them, and that the privilege of storytelling usually lies with the person with power. In a pluralistic and diverse society, it's important that storytellers from every perspective be heard, in order to reflect the truth of that society and its multi-faceted nature.