Letter from the Editor

Dear Reader,

Welcome to Issue Forty-Four of The Collagist: In this issue, we have fiction from Tessa Mellas, Terese Svoboda, Polly Duff Bresnick, and Adam Koehler, as well as novel excerpts from Woke Up Lonely by Fiona Maazel and Everyone Says That at the End of the World by Owen Egerton.

In poetry, we have new work by Jane Lin, Jameson Fitzpatrick, Purvi Shah, and returning contributor Brian Simoneau, and our non-fiction this month comes from Eleanor Stanford.

In book reviews, we have coverage of The Light Between by Terry Blackhawk (reviewed by Caroline Maun), Skin Horse by Olivia Cronk (reviewed by Lisa A. Flowers), Confessions from a Dark Wood by Eric Raymond (reviewed by Gabe Durham), and The Lighthouse Road by Peter Geye (reviewed by Jarret Middleton).

As always, thanks to all of the above contributors for being a part of this issue, and thanks to you and all the rest of our readers for visiting us this month.

Matt Bell
The Collagist