Volume One Contributors

writers, photographers, artists

Eva Paulus

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THE REAR END: Salt on Watermelon

and all manner of late night treats

Mike Paulus, illustrated by Eva Paulus

The sky was black and crickets were droning on in the grass just outside the open windows. Grandma and Grandpa didn’t have air conditioning back then, and humid summer air pushed in through the screens.

THE REAR END: Sweet, Sweet Summertime

time to slather on the sunscreen and Purell

Mike Paulus, illustrated by Eva Paulus

My, oh my, people of the Chippewa Valley. Summertime is here, and it’s time for some good ol’ summertime fun. You know what I’m talking about, right?

Fish Puke

(and wondering what I should remember)

Mike Paulus, illustrated by Eva Paulus

Its vomit was bright orange. I can’t say if that’s normal. But that day in the boat, that’s what it was. I’m sure I held it ...

The Middle of the Road

what your walking says about you

Mike Paulus, illustrated by Eva Paulus

A few short months ago, back when this country’s quarantine was in its toddler stage, I was driving through my neighborhood past quiet houses with dark windows. The sun was ...

A Productive Pandemic

thanks oh so much for all the great quarantine advice!

Mike Paulus, illustrated by Eva Paulus

How’s it going, Chippewa Valley? Anything new happening? Any world-shattering current events affecting us here at home? Any paradigm-shifting incidents gripping the planet, making things weird here in ...

Tiny Hiney: “My Perfect Library”

Eva Paulus

Tiny Hiney is written by Eva Paulus, the seven-and-a-half-year-old daughter of Volume One columnist Mike Paulus (who writes The Rear End). For this installment, Eva wrote about libraries.

Tiny Hiney: “Why I Like Neighborhoods”

Eva Paulus

Tiny Hiney is written by Eva Paulus, the eight-year-old daughter of Volume One columnist Mike Paulus (who writes The Rear End). For this installment, Eva wrote about neighborhoods.

Tiny Hiney: The Execution of Drawing

Eva Paulus

I like to draw. This is why: It comes really naturally to me. I always draw girls in my pictures (because I am good at drawing them) unless it’s an advertisement without girls in them.

Tiny Hiney: On Writing a Story

Eva Paulus

Tiny Hiney is written by Eva Paulus, the six-and-a-half-year-old daughter of Volume One columnist Mike Paulus (who writes The Rear End). For this installment, Eva agreed to be interviewed about her story writing process.

Tiny Hiney: On Spring and School

Eva Paulus

"I love spring. I like not wearing anything on my arms or my feet or my legs ‘cause I’m bored of wearing things on my arms or my feet or my legs."