Gargoyle #64

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64th issue of an international literary magazine based in the Washington, D.C. area. This volume features Chris Cardinale's cover photo of Meghann Plunkett as her alter ego Echo Rose, plus Jorge Armenteros' superb interview with fiction wizard Laird Hunt, a novella by James Magruder, an excerpt from Louise Wareham Leonard's brilliant 52 Men , and works by indie lit legends Duane Locke, Dave Morice, and Christopher Woods. For Creative Nonfiction there are confessional pieces by Elisha Wagman and Tim Wendel, Jamie Brown with an essay on Gatsby's PTSD, and works by Shasta Grant, David Reich, and Nancy Nau Sullivan. Graphics are by Stephen Gibson, Erica Orgen, and Marika von zellen, plus poetry and fiction by Claudia Apablaza, Sara Backer, Tina Barr, Lisa Marie Basile, Bill Beverly, Mary Biddinger, Paula Bonnell, Elizabeth Bruce, Joan Colby, Barbara Crooker, Teresa d'Arneys, Moira Egan, a different Stephen Gibson (what are the odds?), Hedy Habra, Nancy Hightower, Amy Holman, Anna Maria Hong, Paul House, Gerry LaFemina, Pavel Lembersky, Linda Lerner, Susan H. Maurer, Margaret McCarthy, Dora E. McQuaid, Gloria Mindock, Rodney Nelson, Sheryl L. Nelms, Theresa Pappas, Andrea Potos, Eric Paul Shaffer, Gregg Shapiro, Judith Skillman, Jeff Talmadge, Jason Tandon, Pia Taavila-Borsheim, Vallie Lynn Watson, Bill Wolak, Kirby Wright, Ed Zahniser, and tons more.

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Author Lucinda Ebersole / Richard Peabody (editors)
Publisher Paycock Press
Page Count 524pp
Publication Size 5.5 x 8.25
Publication Notes Perfect Bound
Publication Date January 30, 2016
ISBN 978-0931181481

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