Between Body and Meat: A Review of Nomi Stone’s Kill Class
Set among the mock Middle Eastern villages of Pineland, a fictional country in North Carolina built by the US military …
Claire Oleson is a queer writer hailing from Michigan. She has a BA in English and Creative Writing from Kenyon College, where her work has won the Propper Prize for poetry and the Denham Sutcliffe Memorial Award. She’s an avid fan of books, bread, and trying to win the hearts of all felines, regardless of how cantankerous they may be. Her writing has been published in the University of Kentucky’s graduate literary journal Limestone, Newfound, Bridge Eight Magazine, Sugar House Review, the Kenyon Review online, and elsewhere.