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Steve Mitchell

Steve Mitchell lives and works in North Carolina. He has published fiction and poetry in Contrary, Straylight, Two Hawks Quarterly, The Adirondack Review, The North Carolina Literary Review, among others. His plays have been performed in various small pockets of the universe. He has recently completed a novel, Body of Trust. Steve has a deep belief in the primacy of doubt and an abiding conviction that great wisdom informs very bad movies.

Autumn Whorl

Autumn Whorl

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Maryann D’Agincourt

Maryann D’Agincourt was born in Boston, Massachusetts. An alumna of Simmons College, she has earned two graduate degrees in English literature. Her thesis and orals focused on contrary forms of fiction in early 20th century British literature, selected works of Conrad and Galsworthy. She later was a student in the Humber School for Writers Program, Toronto. In this program, her mentors were M.G. Vassanji, Mavis Gallant, as well as the Artistic Director, Antanas Sileika.

The Great Nude Woman of Chang Chun

The Great Nude Woman of Chang Chun

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Kevin Dobbs

Kevin Dobbs lived in Asia for 18 years, mostly in China and Japan. He’s published fiction, essays, and poetry in several countries but mostly North America in such journals as Beloit Fiction Journal, Raritan: a Quarterly Review, Mid-American Review, Maverick Magazine (online), Sou’wester, New York Quarterly, Chelsea, Karamu, Carolina Quarterly, New Delta Review, Writer’s Forum, Gulfstream, Florida Review, and many others.

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Stalking Nicole

Stalking Nicole

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They don’t come together, but arrive outside at the same time, surprised to see each other. Inside, they sit together at a table and a waitress brings them both a beer.

“I didn’t know you were back in the area,” the man says.

“I’m not. I’m just…around for a few days,” she says.

Tom Earles

Tom Earles is a student in the MFA program at the University of Maryland, where he has been awarded fellowships and a teaching assistantship. While earning an MA in English from Rutgers-Camden his short fiction was nominated for the AWP Intro Journals Prize. He is prose editor of Sakura Review.

Nodding

Nodding

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Richard Spuler

Sometimes, Richard Spuler writes. Other times, he doesn't. This time, he did.

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