Fall 2009

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Table of Contents

PHILIP GERARD — O Canada

JOE ENGEL — As We Leap

MATTHEW CASHION — Those Who Did Not See Me At the Funeral of My Former Stepfather, Bob Powell, 70, of Douglas, GeorgiaI Failed to Kill My Mother’s Dogs Again

BRYAN HARVEY — Pangaea

TONI THOMAS — Winter SolsticeHistory Lesson

MARITA GARIN — Variations

ROBERT PARHAM — What the Storm Says

CHRISTINE RIKKERS — For Eitan Lior Gobi

DANIEL PINKERTON — Conch

LAURA SOBBOTT ROSS — Girl Survives 14-Story Fall down Chimney

KAREN HOLMBERG — The Lady CrabThe Keeper

AL MAGINNES — Light Remains

ROY BENTLEY — The Burden of Being the White-hatted Man

PAUL FOSTER — The Environmentalist

DANUSHA LAMÉRIS — ElevenWhat Remains

MARK NEELY — Some Morning

ELIZABETH HARMON — Kemper CountyJune Hour

DIANE LOCKWARD — Your Dreams Miss You

KATIE CAPPELLO — Fever Dream

LORY BEDIKIAN — At My Mother’s Dresser

MEGHAN WHITEHEAD PERRY — Siobhan

KENT MAYNARD — Like Kurtz

GILDA MORINA SYVERSON — Ballerina

DAN O’BRIEN — The House in ScarsdaleFixing the House

SEAN BRENDON-BROWN — Old Horses are Talismans

JENN WILLIAMSON — In Summer

BRUCE COHEN — Double Check

BROCK GUTHRIE — Shiver