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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.

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Gregory Wolfe, Breath


Larry Woiwode, That Old Dog
Elizabeth Tarver, Ashes


Amy Newman, Three Poems
Marjorie Stelmach, Two Poems
Margaret Mackinnon, The Invented Child
Robert Cording, Two Poems
William Wenthe, Impromptu Novena in Mid-September
Kate Ferrell, Two Poems
Jean Hollander, Two Poems
Dan Bellm, Two Poems


A Conversation with Joe Henry

Visual Arts

Jim Hinch, A Spade Is Not a Spade: The Art of Fabian Debora and the Mystery of Los Angeles
David Griffith, Art from the Inside


Moira Crone, A Trip to Welty’s South of South


Barry Moser, A Bookwright’s Tale

Book Review

David McGlynn on Geraldine Brooks’s Caleb’s Crossing,
Jennifer Haigh’s Faith,
Madison Smartt Bell’s The Color of Night,
and Andrew Krivak’s The Sojourn

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Weight .75 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 7 × .5 in

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