Author: Guest Columnist to Madison Magazine

Essay: Rowing Nowhere

A guest essay by Hank Stephenson

Not all bad decisions are snap decisions. Sometimes I think for a very long time before I do something stupid. And when it came to the rowing machine, I had my reasons.

Essay: Fair Oaks Diner

A guest essay by Christopher Chambers

This story begins with a rusting white sign on a brick building spelling the word EAT in red neon, and as I’m driving past, the gravitational pull of it causes me to parallel park my truck out front.