Vol, 11, No. 3 & 4, Spring/Summer 1993

About the Cover

Low tide along Turnagain Arm creates an ever changing pattern of light, water and glacial silt. In season, the Arm hosts large schools of salmon and hooligan as well as pods of beluga and orca (killer) whales.

© John Tuckey

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Table of Contents

Fiction

The Line Raymond Federman
Dance of Eights Wendell Mayo
Vision Debra J. Quaal
Sighting Kathleen George
We’re in Meadville… Sharon Dilworth
Our Unattractive Dancing Tracy Philpot
The Music of Desire Marjorie K. Cole
Racing Gregg Palmer
Spiders Shen Christenson
Comfort Tony Whedon
The Cook Edith Pearlman
Wherever You Are, You’re Already Gone Geoff Schmidt

Drama

Farewell the Catastrophe Works:
A Play in One Act
Red Shuttlewort

Poetry

The Bones of the Butterfly O! Happy Alligator E.G. Skrande
Ursus Cara Chamberlain
To Love Like That Jane Leer
Healing Holly Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg
Refrain for the Young Athlete Katherine Soniat
Dancing Backwards Anne Caston
My Father’s Love Song Beth Simon
Art Class Susan Rea
Stillborn Cynthia Read Gardner
Croquet Cynthia Read Gardner
October Barry Sternlieb
Rallarros Donna J. Waidtlow
Story Hunger Jerah Chadwick
At Newgrange Jerah Chadwick
Carp Elizabeth Myhr
The Folklore of Waitresses Megan Sexton
Bird Wanting Mary Jane Ryals
Chicken House Carolyn Page
Gathering Carolyn Page
Working Crosscut Samuel Green