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Issue 94

$12.00

Our fall issue will include a never-before-published college journal kept by one of Image’s patron saints, Flannery O’Connor. We aren’t able to put it online, so the only way to read it will be in print. We may sell out, so if you don’t already subscribethe only way to be sure of getting a copy is to pre-order now. The issue will be available in November.

Kept when O’Connor was eighteen, the journal reveals the same intelligence, humor, and earnest faith one encounters in her letters, as well as the beginnings of the fearsome intellect of her stories and essays. With previously unpublished photos, it’s an issue you’ll want to keep.

Issue 94 also includes: Philip Metres on being an Arab Christian student in Russia; Mary McCampbell on Douglas Coupland (author of Generation X and Microserfs); the sculpture of Karen Swenholt; poems by Jason Gray, Alison Pelegrin, and Bruce Bond; fiction about Houdini’s widow (by Chris Gavaler), crossing to freedom (by Molly McNett), and raising horses (by Sarah Shermyen). Plus Jen Hinst-White reviews apocalyptic fiction from indie press novelists.

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Our fall issue will include a never-before-published college journal kept by one of Image’s patron saints, Flannery O’Connor. We aren’t able to put it online, so the only way to read it will be in print. We may sell out, so if you don’t already subscribethe only way to be sure of getting a copy is to pre-order now. The issue will be available in November.

Kept when O’Connor was eighteen, the journal reveals the same intelligence, humor, and earnest faith one encounters in her letters, as well as the beginnings of the fearsome intellect of her stories and essays. With previously unpublished photos, it’s an issue you’ll want to keep.

Issue 94 also includes: Philip Metres on being an Arab Christian student in Russia; Mary McCampbell on Douglas Coupland (author of Generation X and Microserfs); the sculpture of Karen Swenholt; poems by Jason Gray, Alison Pelegrin, and Bruce Bond; fiction about Houdini’s widow (by Chris Gavaler), crossing to freedom (by Molly McNett), and raising horses (by Sarah Shermyen). Plus Jen Hinst-White reviews apocalyptic fiction from indie press novelists.

Additional information

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

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