Kim Steinberg has lived in Boise since 1981. Her work has been published in this magazine as well as Writers in the Attic, The Cabin Anthology, Bewildering Stories, Shut Up and Write Zine, and Potato Soup Journal. She is currently editing an around-the-world travel memoir.
By Kim Steinberg This story is offered free in its entirety this month. I am not isolating, quarantining, or sheltering in place. I am hunkering down. My world, near the Boise foothills, has shrunk to a pearl in the jewelry … Continue reading →
After Divorce, a Retreat By Kim Steinberg Photos courtesy of Monastery of the Ascension Divorce is a death. The death of dreams, the death of a family, and often, the loss of a father. Mine was all three. In 1999, … Continue reading →
Goodbye to a Good Man By Kim Steinberg Those who have good fathers often take them for granted, as they should. A good father is wise and kind, he advises, he becomes a rock in times of trouble. Marvin, my … Continue reading →