Tales of the Fantastic: “Rusalki”

A short story by Chrissa Wolfe “The rusalki lure through their movement—spinning, dancing, and singing.” –Jack Zipes Everyone knows the best way to get rid of a body in Florida is to feed it to gators. Dixon had a favorite spot along the river. On special nights he brought his lady friends to this particular bend.… Continue reading Tales of the Fantastic: “Rusalki”

University of Tampa Press Interviews: A Conversation with Keith Kopka

By: Daleyna Abril Keith Kopka is the recipient of the 2019 Tampa Review Prize for his collection of poems, Count Four (University of Tampa Press, 2020). The following interview was conducted via email. Daleyna Abril: In his review of Count Four, Adrian Matejka describes your poems as “both complicit in and aware of masculinity—how easily it damages, how quickly it becomes a smudged… Continue reading University of Tampa Press Interviews: A Conversation with Keith Kopka