Sara Wigal, director of publishing and assistant professor of Cinema, Television, and Media, recently had her essay “Manual Labor Man Cleanse” published in the literary magazine Variant Literature. Wigal’s essay reminisces on love lost and the emotional, sometimes even physical, labor that goes into moving on.
This isn’t the first time Wigal’s work has gained attention from literary journals. Her previous work has appeared in The Library Journal, Publishers Weekly, The Tennessean, Writer’s Digest, and The Chaffin Journal.
Wigal’s essay can be read on the Variant Literature website.