Rebecca Fremo

Rebecca Fremo

Rebecca Fremo writes poems and essays, and she teaches a variety of writing courses at Gustavus Adolphus College. Her work has appeared in journals and digital magazines including Compose, Full Grown People, Water~Stone Review, Paper Darts, Lake Region Review, Mankato Magazine, Poetica, and Naugatuck River Review. Her chapbook, Chasing Northern Lights, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2012. A Virginia native, she lives in St. Peter, Minnesota with her husband and three sons.

what I can’t see but still know is there

Louisa Wakefield interviews
Rebecca Fremo

 

Our nonfiction co-editor Louisa Wakefield recently had this exchange with Rebecca Fremo, our Issue #25 featured nonfiction author. Here’s what she had to say about exploring the complexities of human behavior, writing about people you know, and allowing an essay to become what it wants to be…. Read more

"Turbulence I" by Laura Teti, 48" x 48" Acrylic on Canvas, Mud Season Review

NONFICTION ISSUE #25

Bring Out Your Dead

By Rebecca Fremo
 
 

He repeats the lessons from yesterday: “Only aim at the target. Never touch the trigger til you’re ready to shoot the target. Never point it at people or up in the air. Animals could get hurt.” …
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