Vermeer's Light. Dormanen, Sue. Finishing First. From the Summer issue of Lynx Eye, Duraj, Halina. From the Spring issue of Third Coast, Doyle, Larry. Life Without Leann. From an issue of The New Yorker in Fall, Glatt, Lisa. Heiny, Katherine. Single, Carefree, Mellow. Hurn, Rachel. White Water. Hyde, Catherine Ryan.
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Russell, Karen. She lives with her husband and child in Fort Collins, Colorado. Robert Maynor is from the Lowcountry of South Carolina. He has worked as a commercial plumber, dishwasher, meter-reader, sprinkler-man, etc. Corey Oglesby is a poet, musician, and illustrator from the Washington, D. Learn more at www. Her work has received a grant from the Spokane Arts Fund, and she was writer-in-residence at Whitworth University for fall Urbans concerts. She is at work on The Love of Strangers , a collage of hybrid narratives. Current nonfiction projects include experiences in the roller skating culture, both as a rink rat and flat track roller derby skater.
She teaches writing at Fresno State and lives in Clovis, California with her husband, two dogs, and one very fancy cat. Artress Bethany White is a poet, essayist, and literary critic. She is visiting assistant professor of American cultural studies at Albright College in Pennsylvania. Skip to content Volume Benjamin Alfaro Featured Work.
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