Jennifer Sinor

Jennifer Sinor is the author of several books. Her latest book, The Yogic Writer: Uniting Breath, Body, and Page, is forthcoming from Bloomsbury. Her essay collections include Sky Songs: Meditations on Loving a Broken World and Letters Like the Day: On Reading Georgia O’Keeffe. Jennifer teaches creative writing at Utah State University, where she is a professor of English.

Terra Ignota

We awake to a skiff of snow still on the ground, the temperature barely above ten. Outside our window, darkness conceals the newly bare branches of the maple in front of our house, and stars linger in the sky. Michael,…

The Certainty of Spinning

I took my chances on a perilous path, along which my steps zigzagged, resembling a spiral lightning bolt. —Robert Smithson, “The Spiral Jetty” The morning we leave for the Spiral Jetty is the first day of sunshine in more than…

Through the Particular We Come Home

For two years after my youngest brother, Bryan, was born, my father called him George. Come here, George, he would call, holding out his arms to his third child, then running his fingers through Bryan’s softly curling hair. It wasn’t…