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  ESSAYS by Gary Ferguson &
Lee Martin

FICTION
by Mary Clearman Blew,
Jack Driscoll, Gary Gildner, David Huddle, Colette Inez, & Kyle C. Mellen

POETRY by Margaret Benbow,
Shawn Fawson, Alice Friman,
Michael Derrick Hudson, Brianna Noll, Rachel Richardson, Maggie Smith,
Charles Harper Webb, & others

ART by Titus Kaphar





Faithful Are the Wounds
an essay-review by Jeffrey Meyers

A well-written biography should illuminate the recurrent patterns of the life and look at the big picture, not just at the small details. It should propel the dramatic narrative, employing the same techniques as the novel, and concentrate on the readers’ interests rather than the author’s own obsessions. It should not focus on the events of the life, but on what they mean, and be . . .

      COMING 9/14: A STORY BY COLETTE INEZ    

 
 










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