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Connection and Loss

Josh Michael interviews
Bill Bruce

 

Fiction reader Josh Michael recently had this exchange with Issue #49 featured fiction author Bill Bruce. Here’s what Bill had to say about his revision process, the inspiration for the characters in his story, what he’s working on now, and more… 
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A Sense of Rhythm

Steve Lausier interviews
Jessica Watson

 

Interim nonfiction co-editor Steve Lausier recently had this exchange with Issue #49 featured nonfiction author Jessica Watson. Here’s what Jessica had to say about the value of participating in an MFA program, how music influences her writing, her literary influences, and more… 
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The Physical Scars of the Landscape

Kristin LaFollette interviews
Jeffrey Heyne

 

Art editor Kristin LaFollette recently had this exchange with Issue #49 featured artist Jeffrey Heyne. Here’s what Jeffrey had to say about the origins of his “To Hunt a Moon” series, how his work in architecture influences his art, what it is like to work as an artist in Boston, and more… 
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Fiction

Fiction Issue #49

Judas Sheep

By Bill Bruce

 

Like most everything else, they arrive by boat. It’s morning. The plank lowers. They trot naively onto the dock. Fear and uncertainty are met by the presence of a single, stoic figure in black. He reassuringly calls them to attention. The discordant chorus quiets…
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Poetry

Poetry Issue #49

Wow! Signal Dredging Light

By Joel Peckham

 

When it comes, it finds me shin-deep in our creek as I bend my knees, lock elbows/and strain to dig down and in, and/lift the tall grass from the water, heavy…
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Nonfiction

Nonfiction Issue #49

Image: “Murmuration,” by Lily Hinrichsen, gouache and graphite, 40×32 in. The Art of Japanese Drumming By Jessica Watson   for Z, that you should not be so alone. 1. Horse. The poet Fady Joudah has described how souls linger in living horses. The souls of past horses and the souls of the horse’s past riders. […]

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Art

Art Issue #49

Jeffrey Heyne Digital Photography Summertime 1898: A group of 200 Ute Indians traveled from their Utah reservation to their ancestral hunting grounds of western Colorado. The newspaper reported they journeyed there “to hunt a moon”—or a month long period. To enforce the new state’s forestry laws protecting wildlife, the US Army was called in by […]