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Jacqueline Vogtman

Jacqueline Vogtman's work has appeared in Atticus Review, Copper Nickel, Emerson Review, Gargoyle, Smokelong Quarterly, and other journals. She received her MFA from Bowling Green State University and currently teaches at Mercer County Community College in New Jersey, where she lives with her husband, daughter, and dog.

Jacqueline Vogtman

The Essential Mystery of Art

Kathrin Hutson interviews
Jacqueline Vogtman

 

Fiction co-editor Kathrin Hutson recently had this exchange with Issue #45 featured fiction author Jacqueline Vogtman. Here’s what Jacqueline had to say about balancing ambiguity and clarity when crafting a story, how she chooses a point of view, what she’s working on now, and more… 
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Bend to the Moon

FICTION ISSUE #45

Girl Country

By Jacqueline Vogtman

 

The farmer was driving a deserted county road in the early darkness of fall when he found the girl. He was on the way home from burying his wife. His brother sat in the passenger seat, and it was he who spotted the girl first: a shape moving on the side of the road…
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