To quote Raymond Chandler: “When I split an infinitive, God damn it, I split it so it will remain split.” Or, dispelling grammar myths, like not ending sentences with prepositions.
"The only way to avenge all the things white people did to you was to get your kid into Harvard. You bided your time. You worked your ass off, day after day, year after year." Our own Marie Myung-Ok Lee has a new short story in Joyland called "La Piñata" (and of course you can also read her in these pages, too).
Remember when Chipotle started publishing famous authors like Toni Morrison, George Saunders, and Neil Gaiman on their cups and burrito-toting bags? Well, now's your chance to join them. The fast-food chain is holding a contest for student writers, and the prizewinning responses to the prompt "write about a time when food created a memory" will be printed on those same cups and brown paper bags across the country. Oh, and there's a $20,000 scholarship, too.