Vol. 11, No. 1 & 2, Fall/Winter 1992

About the Cover

Fresh September snow—termination dust—on the peaks of Kachemak Bay State Park frames the small boat harbor in Homer, Alaska. Located on one of the longest natural gravel spits in the world, the harbor supports a productive fishing fleet. Halibut, salmon, and crab are the primary catches.

© Sam Kimura

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Table of Contents

Special Section: Tracy Kidder

To Catch the Reflection of Human Character: An Interview with Tracy Kidder
The Contract (from House)
In Quarantine
Railroads: Aboard the Ghost Trains

Fiction

Jack-o’-Lanterns Ben Groff
The Housewarming Robbie Clipper Sethi
Absence Joy Passanante
The Flow of the Grain Mike Clark
Arrowhead Kevin Prufer
The Woman of the Seal Yvette Edmonds-Hay
My Inheritance Liesel Litzenburger
Backfire Caroline Patterson
Finally, Alice Paul Andrew E. Smith
A Guy, a Girl, Some Big Dreams, and a Vigilante Mob Tom Chao

Poetry

Kalevala in West Barnstable Ted Benttinen
Winter Eeling Ted Benttinen
Keeping Watch Jane Leer
Versions of Love Deborah Tobola
Possible Light Deborah Tobola
Spring Whale, Barrow Deborah Tobola
The Hook Deborah Tobola
Angels Barbara Van Noord
Meditations Upon Bone Barbara Van Noord
Setting Up the Mist Net for Mother and Father Walter Pavlich
First the Ocean, then the River, then the Sea Walter Pavlich