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Issue 71

Moira Crone travels to Eudora Welty’s South; Gregory Wolfe ruminates on asthma and the breath of God; and Barry Moser recalls turning to art while struggling with dyslexia. Plus, the “mystery of Los Angeles” according to Fabian Debora; a conversation with musician Joe Henry; new fiction by Larry Woiwode; poems by Amy Newman, Marjorie Stelmach, and William Wenthe; and more.

That Old Dog


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After Love


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She Waits


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Pantoum for Seven Words


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A Conversation with Joe Henry


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Web Exclusive: A Conversation with Larry Woiwode


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A Chastisement of Deer


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Impromptu Novena in September


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Domestica


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A Bookwright’s Tale


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A Spade is Not a Spade: The Art of Fabian Debora and the Mystery of Los Angeles


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The Reflection


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After


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The Soul


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Still Alive, with Crows


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A Trip to Welty’s South of South


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Art from the Inside


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Switzerland


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The Invented Child


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Caritas


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Ashes


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red and white splotchy rock that looks wet.

The Wages of Sin


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Breath


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The Field


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Sabbath


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