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—Fiction—

Erica Abeel
Dawn S. Davies
Bipin Aurora
J. Bob Blacklock
Mario J. Jorge
Begin in Gladness     from Wild Girls
Anatomy
Notes of a Mediocre Man
Everything is All Right?
Lo, Behold the False Shepherd

—Essays—

Donley Watt
George Drew

Laurence Lieberman
Mexico Chronicles: Night of the Niño
Poems that Jack Took: The Dressing Down
of an Editor
Igniting Sparks from Tamura's Smithy


—Poetry—

Rita Quillen
Margaret Mackinnon
Matthew Bruce Harrison
Sarah Cortez
Cynthia Schwartzberg Edlow
Taylor Gorman
The Mad Farmer Dances, Canning Ghazal
Myrtle Beach, 1960
Sun Eye, Life Between Food Chains, Sadistic
At Rest
Baton Twirler with Horns
Reincarnated (Body), Mirror, Chicken

—Reviews—

Richard Wirick

Liana Vrajitoru Andreasen

Jorge Hinojosa

Daniel M. Mendoza

Lucia Berlin's Up Over Every Dark
Thing: A Manual for Cleaning Women
Liza Bakewell's Madre: Perilous Journey
with a Spanish Noun

Casey Clabough's Schooled: Life
Lessons of a College Professor

William Hastings' Stray Dogs: Writing
from the Other America

Errata

We neglected to include one contributor: Liana Vrajitoru teaches at South Texas College; she has published fiction in journals such as Calliope, Fiction International, Mobius, Six Minute Magazine, and scholarly articles in journals such as Alecart, Texas Review, American Book Review, Quarterly Review of Film and Video, Southwestern American Literature, The CEA Critic. She is the author of the following review which appears on page 153: Madre: Perilous Journey with a Spanish Noun, by Liza Bakewell.


 

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