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30th anniversary issue of an international literary magazine based in the Washington, D.C. area. The 51st issue features an amazing cover by Canadian artist and Bloger Patricia Storms, plus fiction and poetry by Gail Galloway Adams, Roberta Allen, Naomi Ayala, Nicole Blackman, Jennifer Bosveld, Sarah Browning, Laura Chester, Jan Clausen, Quinn Dalton, James Deahl, Jenninfer K. Dick, Ann Downer, Bruce Fleming, Thaisa Frank, Abby Frucht, Steve Gillis, Reginald harris, Timothy Houghton, Nik Houser, Reuben Jackson, Bruce A. Jacobs, Ron Koertge, Gerry LaFemina, Nathan Leslie, Lyn Lifshin, Kat Meads, Pat MacEnulty, Susan Smith Nash, Toby Olson, Elizabeth Oness, Kit Reed, Megan Staffel, Elizabeth Swados, Ross Taylor, Mark Terrrill, Venus Thrash, Angel Threatt, Jessica Treat, Tuschen, Paul West, Dallas Wiebe, and lots more. Photos from anti-war demonstrations by David Moss round out the issue.
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Richard Peabody, a prolific poet, fiction writer and editor, is an experienced teacher and important activist in the Washington , D.C. community of letters. He is the founder and co-editor of Gargoyle magazine and editor (or co-editor) of fourteen anthologies including Mondo Barbie, Conversations with Gore Vidal, A Different Beat: Writings by Women of the Beat Generation, Coming to Terms: A Literary Response to Abortion, and Grace and Gravity: Fiction by Washington Area Women. He is the author of the novella Sugar Mountain, two short story collections, and six poetry collections including Last of the Red Hot Magnetos and I'm in Love with the Morton Salt Girl. He is currently completing Kiss the Sky: Fiction and Poetry Starring Jimi Hendrix (forthcoming March 2007) and Electric Grace: Still More Fiction by Washington Area Women (due November 2007). Peabody teaches at the Writer’s Center in Bethesda, Maryland, one of the countries premier independent literary centers, and at Johns Hopkins University, where he has been presented the Faculty Award for Distinguished Professional Achievement. He lives and works in Arlington, Virginia. Lucinda Ebersole is the co-editor of several anthologies, including the infamous Mondo Barbie (St. Martin's Griffin, 1993) and Coming to Terms (New Press, 1994). She is the author of numerous short stories, which have been published in Yellow Silk, The Crescent Review, Barcelona Review, and American Letters and Commentary; among others. She is the owner of Atticus Books, a virtual antiquarian bookstore in Washington, D.C., where she lives. Her first novel, Death in Equality, was published by St. Martin's Press in 1997.
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