Dana Livingston's father lettered in four sports, drilled oil wells, and frequented country clubs with his beautiful wife. Here, Dana recalls her father's life and confronts his painful decline into dementia.
April 15, 2014
A look back at a very off-Broadway production of "Oklahoma!" Fiction by Laurie Notaro, read by Denali Gillaspie.
April 10, 2014
I was 17 when I first encountered Invisible Man. I inhaled it over the summer before my senior year, …
April 09, 2014
Author Richard Higgs was a long haul trucker for a year and a half. Here, he shares the perils and isolation of the open road.
April 08, 2014
In 1945, an unassuming black man from Oklahoma City began constructing an intricate book inside a barn in Vermont. Owing …
April 07, 2014
Pro-Black doesn’t mean anti-anything. El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Malcolm X) there are at least twenty-seven white people i love. i …
April 04, 2014
John Brainard remembers his brother Joe, a Tulsa-born artist who befriended Frank O' Hara, Andy Warhol, John Ashbery, and other artistic icons in New York City.
April 03, 2014
Originally published in the May 7, 2007, issue of The New Yorker, Volume 83, No. 11. Copyright © 2007 …
April 02, 2014
In "Driveway," poet Ron Padgett wrestles with the city in his skin: Tulsa. We had people on the street read this poem as part of our Poetry to the People project.
April 01, 2014
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