In a time of religious strife, as global leaders call for worldwide unity, Wild Violet’s contributors challenge and celebrate religion. E.G. Catalano’s humorous fiction short, “The Truth About the Expulsion,” retells the biblical story of Adam and...Read More
Iqbal was born into his 33rd life as a cat. This would have surprised him, had he retained more of his previous memories, because his 32nd life had been spent as a Muslim who believed no such thing could occur. Iqbal the Muslim had, in fact, spent delightful hours over tea with...Read More
An Address Delivered at the East Orange Women’s Conference First of all, I wanted to go. Adam was the one who wanted to stay. If it was up to him, we’d still be there, spending eternity in mind-numbing peace and tranquility, every day sunnier and cheerier than the previous....Read More
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