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(The Litbo blog area; note that we’ve adjusted the structure slightly after realizing that issue intros and Book Reviews belong to the Journal itself. To be discussed. Issue intros will remain in Logbook for now…and connect to the issue through the issue categories.)

More from The Journal

  • Postcard Prose

    Never Without Her Umbrella

    By Kory Wells

    The local tour guide believes in leather boots with wide toes. Sturdy soles. Protein for breakfast.

  • Postcard Prose

    Red Skies

    By Kimberly Ramos

    The young sailor said he would give me a modicum of love if I let him use my body as a harbor.

  • Postcard Prose

    Reception

    By Kory Wells

    The ticket seller would prefer to meet the guests outside, order them shortest to tallest, take the most boisterous by the hand.

  • Poetry

    Two Poems by Nick Conrad

    The skull-like villa lost in a garden of dreams, so seem the isle’s cimitero:

  • Poetry

    Three Poems by Dinah Ryan

    I have fallen in love with winter, / with the day that ends at 3:45 in the afternoon. // with the man striding along the path grasping / a pink plastic bag that glows incandescent / although it only contains dish soap / and the cat food he carries home after work …

  • Poetry

    Two Poems by Daisy Bassen

    ...you wonder again about the soul, / Where it hides, where it ventures. / There's always one you have to bring to oblivion...

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