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Fall/Winter 2007-2008
Issue #11

Deb Baker, USA
Children of the Spin

Barry Ballard, USA

Anthony Buccino, USA
Old Man

Hanock Guy, USA
No War Zone

Persis Karim, USA

John Repp, USA
Skunk Cabbage

Tovli "Linnie" Simiryan, USA
Beautiful Days

Ken Pobo, USA
Network War Coverage

Randall Brown, USA
Too Rough Fingers of the World

Samantha Leigh Miller, USA
A Riddle

J. A. Tyler, USA
Harold Went to Heaven

Mark Henson, USA
Prayer - appeared on the Humanitarian Sites page of the fall/winter 07/08 edition

Lenka Margaret Manning-Warder, USA
Heart on Fire - appeared on the front page of the fall/winter 07/08 edition, and on the artist's page

Virginia Patrick, USA
In the Dark - appeared on the Submissions page of the fall/winter 07/08 edition

Peter Schwartz, USA
War on Television - appeared on the Past Editions page of the fall/winter 07/08 edition

Sally Charette, USA
Manzanar Barracks Photo - on this page

With thanks to Sally Charette of Acton, California for providing the photograph on this page of barracks at Manzanar National Historic Site in California. Manzanar is most widely known as the site of one of ten "camps" where over 110,000 Japanese Americans were imprisoned during World War II. It's located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada in California's Owens Valley, between the towns of Lone Pine to the south and Independence to the north. For more information, go to the U.S. National Park Service/Manzanar.

Sally Charette's first photographs were published in the spring 2007 issue of the Houston Literary Review. Also a writer, she is currently at work on a novel about a photographer. Her first published short story was named "One of 100 Other Distinguished Stories" in The Best American Short Stories 1999, and she is a former PEN Emerging Voices Fellow.

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